NLA President Pornpetch Wichitcholchai has issued an order calling on all members of the legislature to attend sittings on Thursday, November 8 and Friday, November 9 of Parliament.
There are seven matters on the agenda for NLA members to consider, including deliberations on the new draft of the Penal Code Amendment Act, which was proposed by the Cabinet.
NLA members are also set to deliberate draft regulations on the temporary release of inmates and the invocation of the right to prosecute criminal cases; the draft law on the Constitutional Court, and the draft law on the Praboramarajchanok Institute; the draft law on the protection of national marine resources and the draft law on government welfare in the local economy and society.
In addition, the legislature will need to approve the draft agreement on ASEAN e-commerce, which the Cabinet has submitted.
Other items include consideration of an extension of the term of the special committee in charge of the study; the collection of opinions on the draft constitution; the deadline of the deliberation of the draft law on crimes in relation to conflicts of interest, and the deadline of deliberations on the new draft of the Cooperatives Act.