NLA meeting regulations almost complete: Peerasak

national August 25, 2014 14:05

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The National Legislative Assembly's meeting regulations are expected to be finalised by the end of the week, NLA Vice President Peerasak Porjit said on Monday.

The regulations will then be submitted to the NLA for approval.

Peerasak said most of the regulations have already been concluded including the dismissal of political titleholders as well as NLA members. He said each member will be obligated to attend no less than onethird of the NLA meetings and an evaluation will be conducted every 90 days.

Moreover, the NLA drafting committee is currently determining whether the NLA should have 15 or 20 working committees since it is considered a different type of legislative body from a regular parliament. As for the announcement of government policy, the NLA Vice President believes Prime Minister Prayuth Chanocha will assume responsibility for the task by himself.

Peerasak said the drafting process will conclude no later than the end of this week. The meeting regulations will be considered by the NLA President before being brought to NLA members next week.

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