Members of Parliament have scrutinised and adopted four out of seven bills under examination at the National Assembly.
The bills were adopted during a plenary session presided over by the Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament, Honourable Cavaye Yegiue Djibril.
The four bills adopted so far include:
1- The Amendment on the Organisation of the Islamic Conference Charter that changed its name from conference to cooperation.
It has also reduced its inter-sessional period from three to two years.
The bill was defended in front of the people’s representatives by the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of External Relations in charge of relations with the Islamic World, Adoum Gargoum.
2- The Investment agreement between Cameroon and Turkey on the reciprocal promotion and protection of investments. It was defended by the Minister Delegate at the Ministry of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Paul Tasong. He highlighted the essence of the economic exchange and favourable environment for foreign investment.
3- The Air Transport agreement between Cameroon and the United States of America. The project was defended by the Secratray of State in the Ministry of Transport.
4- The National Assembly has also adopted, the amended provisions of the 2017 finance law. It was defended by the Minister of Finance, Louis Paul Motaze.
The adopted bills have been forwarded to the Senate.