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Six of the eight private bills were rejected in the 10th Parliament

In the Tenth National Parliament, eight private bills were raised till July this year. Six of these bills have been rejected by the Committee on Non-Government Members ‘Bill and Private Members’ decision-making. The decision to send the remaining two bills to the parliamentary committee related to the concerned ministry.

This information was found in the first report of the Committee on Non-Government Members ‘Bill and Non-Government Members’ decision-making present on Thursday. Committee President Zillul Hakim presented the report in the parliament.

When a bill is raised by a general parliament member without a minister, it is called a private bill. When a non-government member raises a bill, it is sent to ‘Committee on Non-Government Members and Committee on decision-makers of non-members’. The committee decides to refrain from submitting the discussion and reviewing the bill in parliament.

The bill of private members raised in the parliament includes Independent MP Rustam Ali Farazir’s Constitution (Sixteenth Amendment) Bill 2014, Constitution (seventeen Amendment) Bill 2014, Bangla Language Convention (Amendment) Bill 2015, Rules and Regulation Regulation Formulation Bill 2015, Constitution (17th Amendment) ) Bill 2014, District Judge Court Basic Rights Enforcement (jurisdiction) Bill 2015 and Israfil Alam raised foreign registration bill 2015 and unsolicited Workers of Welfare and Social Security (informal sector) 015 bill.



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