Parliamentary Standing Committee For Constitutional Reform
Pursuant to Article 119A of the Constitution, as soon as may be the beginning of each National Assembly there shall be appointed a Standing Committee for Constitutional Reform for the purpose of the continually reviewing the effectiveness of the working of the Constitution and making periodic reports there on to the National Assembly, with proposal for reform as necessary. The Parliamentary Standing Committee for Constitutional Reform shall consist of not less than six (6) or more than ten (10) Members to be nominated by the Committee of Selection.
To assist in its work, the Committee shall have the power to co-opt experts or enlist the aid of other persons of appropriate expertise, whether or not such experts or other persons are Members of the National Assembly.
Chair of the Committee :
Name : Mr. Mohabir A. Nandlall
Designation : Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana.
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Date Became Parliamentarian : 1159416000
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Members of this Committee :
03 October, 2022
LETHEM— Clerk of the National Assembly Outreach Programme: Visit to Former Members of Parliament. (12th Edn)
25 September, 2022
LETHEM— Clerk of the National Assembly Outreach Programme: Visit to Former Members of Parliament. (11th edn)
19 September, 2022
18th Auditor General’s Report handed over to Speaker of the National Assembly
28 August, 2022
GEORGETOWN— August 28, 2022—Clerk of the National Assembly Outreach Programme: Visit to Former Members of Parliament