House approves 7 bills, refers others to pertinent body
Addis Ababa, June 22 (WIC) - The House of Peoples Representatives in its 40th regular session has endorsed seven bills while referring five others to pertinent standing committee for further scrutiny.
The House endorsed the bills examined by the Budge, Finance Affairs Standing Committees concerning the insurance business and avoidance of double taxation and tax evasion with the Sudan, India, China and Egypt governments.
Similarly, the House has approved the bill about the Cultural, Arts and Tourism Cooperation Agreement with the Kuwaiti government presented by the Culture, Tourism and Communication Affairs Standing Committee to it.
The House has also referred bills including Vital Registration and National Identity, Advertising and the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization to pertinent standing committees.
It has also referred the bilateral trade agreement between Ethiopia and Gambia, and Ethiopia and Kenya to Trade Affairs Standing Committee.
According to ENA, the House has also approved its 39 the regular session minute.
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