NLA scheduled to hold new sessions during June 11-12


BANGKOK, 7 June 2015 – The National Legislative Assembly is scheduled to hold new sessions to discuss various draft laws during June 11 and 12.

NLA President Pornpetch Wichitcholchai on Saturday issued an order calling for the 34th and the 35th sittingsof members of the legislature at the Parliament. 

Included in the agenda of the upcoming sessions are the deliberation of the draft amendment to the Counter-Terrorism Financing Act and the draft amendment to the Communicable Disease Act, which related committees have completed the vetting process.

The NLA will also be updated on the report by a special committee tasked with the study on the enforcement of the Petroleum Act and the Petroleum Income Tax Act.

In addition, NLA member Wallop Tangkananurak will ask the Prime Minister about the proposal on the adjustment or the cancellation of the Office for National Education Standards and Quality Assessment.