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Association In Aid of the Deaf (Inc’n) Bill

Tuesday, May 02, 2000

and there is sufficient proof for the incorporation of the Trinidad and Tobago Association for the hearing impaired, and to repeal the present Act No. 18 of 1962.

The Committee therefore recommends that this Bill be accepted by the Senate. Mr. President, I beg to move. Seconded by Sen. Dr. Eastlyn Mc Kenzie. Question proposed. Question put and agreed to. Resolved:

That the Senate adopt the report of the Special Select Committee of the Senate appointed to consider and report on a Bill entitled “An Act to repeal and replace the Trinidad and TobagoAssociation in Aid of the Deaf(IncorporationofTrustees)Act,1962”.

10.55 a.m.

SPECIAL SELECT COMMITTEE Friends of Mr. Biswas (Inc’n) Bill (Appointment of Members)

Order for second reading read.

Mr. President: Hon. Senators, I have appointed the following Members to serve on a Special Select Committee and report on a Private Bill entitled,

“An Act for the incorporation of the Friends of Mr. Biswas and for matters

incidental thereto.” Mr. Nizam Baksh Mr. Winston John Miss Cynthia Alfred Prof. John Spence

Chairperson Member Member Member

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY BILL

The Minister of Works and Transport (Hon. Sadiq Baksh): Mr. President, I beg to move,

That a Bill to establish the Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority and for other related purposes, be now read a second time.

This Bill is further evidence of our Government’s ongoing initiatives in public sector modernization through strengthening of core public sector functions. Additionally, this Bill must be seen in the context of making our air traffic, rules, regulations, operations and administration consistent with international requirements.

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