Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Parliament to debate vetoed laws

Deputies are expected to discuss early this week the vetoed Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) law and the vetoed regulations of the new Turkish Penal Code (TCK) reducing punishments issued for unlicensed educational institutions, the Anatolia news agency reported yesterday.

Parliament will work overtime until the end of this week in order to deal with all the tasks that should be completed prior to the scheduled parliamentary recess. The parliamentary holiday is set to start on July 1.

Deputies will bring up a number of tasks this week including a bill restructuring the State Statistics Institute (DİE), a bill on municipality law, along with the judges and prosecutors bill and a draft law opening the way for amendments to the Environment Law.

(Source: Turkish Daily News)

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