Lawmakers in Grenada’s upper house of parliament will meet on Wednesday to debate a number of bills which are scheduled to be tabled.
They include the Electronic Crimes Bill, which was withdrawn at the last sitting of the senate to facilitate further consultation.
The bill will now be re-tabled along with the Grenada Citizen by Investment Bill and Interception of Communication Bill.
Also on the order for the senate next Wednesday are the Prevention of Corruption Amendment Act, the Ombudsman Amendment Act and the Integrity in Public Life Bill.
Three supplementary appropriations acts, dating back to 2011, will also be debated in the senate next week.
Wednesday’s sitting of the senate begins at nine o clock and will be available via GIS TV, live streaming online and on national radio.
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