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In Brief: Draft laws to debated

In Brief: Draft laws to debated

The National Assembly is to 

hold a session today to debate a number of draft laws, Cheam Yeap,

chairman of the Finance and Banking Commission and member of the

Permanent Committee of the National Assembly told the Post Sunday.

Cheam Yeap said that the permanent committee has sent draft laws on

tourism, financial leasing and disabled people's rights to the whole

assembly session for approval. The Assembly president, Heng Samrin, is

to chair the session.

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