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In Brief: New NA session set to open

In Brief: New NA session set to open

in BRIEF

The

National Assembly is to begin a new session on Wednesday, Cheam Yeap, a

member of the assembly's permanent committee, told the Post. Cheam

Yeap, who is also chairman of the assembly's Banking and Finance

Committee, said Thursday the assembly would debate a range of proposals

from the Council of Ministers, including proposals pertaining to

relations with Kuwait, Hungary and the Czech Republic. He said the

assembly would also formally approve an agreement reached with India

that would enable the transfer of prisoners between the two countries.

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