Parliamentary Autumn session closes

According to the Law on Procedure of Parliamentary Session,the autumn session of Parliament closes on February 10. As it was planned to discuss and resolve many agenda items at the last plenary meeting of the autumn session, the session was still in progress when our newspaper went to press. 
For this reason, The Mongol Messenger will deliver extended information on the close of the autumn session in its next issue.
After relevant standing committees held meetings at the plenary meeting, discussions ran for bills on the Development Bank of Mongolia, on annulling some parts of the law on Budget Stability, on amending the law on Human Development Fund, on amending the law on Central Bank, and on amending the law on Banks.
Moreover, final discussions were also running for more bills, including a revised Bill on Notary, a Bill on Air Pollution of Ulaanbaatar, a Bill to amend the law on Air, a Bill to amend the law on Individual Income Tax, a Bill to amend the law on Corporate Income Tax, a Bill to amend the law on Centralized Budget of Mongolia, a Bill on annulling some clauses of the law on Regulation of Foreign Loans and Assistance, and a draft parliamentary resolution for Approval of Foreign Policy Ideology. The Parliament approved a list of agenda items to be discussed in the spring session of 2011.
A total of 194 bills and parliamentary draft resolutions were sent by the President, Government, Standing Committees of Parliament and parliamentary groups of the political parties. The list of agenda items included issues legally set for discussion during the spring session, some policy issues now being worked-out, or under preparation of a working group, and Bills that were included in the Basic Guidelines to develop legislation until 2012 were submitted to parliament, and/or have not been submitted but were proposed by law initiators and responsible Standing Committees for discussion. 
source: 'The Mongol Messenger' newspaper
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