Parliament Ends Session Early, Postpones Vote on Dozens of Bills

25. mája 2023 21:20
Bratislava, May 25 (TASR) - Parliament ended its current session ahead of schedule, by skipping the vote on dozens of bills and re-scheduling them to the next regular session instead, slated to begin as of June 13, House Chair Boris Kollar (We Are Family) announced on Thursday. The proposal to finish the session early was submitted by head of SaS caucus Anna Zemanova. It garnered 89 votes out of 135 present lawmakers, with 41 voting against, three abstaining and two not voting. The lawmakers were supposed to hold the vote on the items at 5 p.m., but a new item was added onto the agenda shortly before that; a resolution on Slovakia's voting rights in the EU institutions. Subsequently, the session was adjourned, so as to enable the convening of a session of a relevant committee. After the recess, the lawmakers voted to end the House session. mf/mcs
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