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Status of the Bill

Juvenile Offenders (Amendment) Bill 2007

  • Bill Number:15/2007
  • Bill Status:Assented to : Date 2007-05-31
  • Date Published:04 May, 2007
  • Date of First Reading:10 May, 2007
  • Date of Second Reading:24 May, 2007
  • Date sent to Committee:24 May, 2007
  • Document: Bill no. 15 - Size: 1.79 MB
  • Bill Presented by :

    Hon. Clement J. Rohee

    Minister of Home Affairs

This Billed was tabled during Ninth Parliament

Progress of this bill

In Bill
Introduced
15/10/15
1 First
Reading
04/05/16
SC Select
Committee
29/06/17
2 Second
Reading
26/07/17
CH Committee of
whole House
28/11/17
3 Third
Reading
30/11/17
PA Presidential
Assent

How does a Bill become law

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