Honourable Members & National Assembly

The prefix The Honourable or The Honorable (abbreviated to The Hon. or formerly The Hon'ble) is a style used before the names of certain classes of persons. National Assembly is either a legislature, or the lower house of a bicameral legislature in some countries. 5.0/5

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New credit amendments give paid-up consumer amnesty National Credit Amendment Bill: Address by the Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, to National Assembly 27 Feb 2014 Honourable Speaker and Honourable Members, it gives me great pleasure to introduce the National Credit Amendment Bill (NCAB) in the National Assembly. The NCAB follows intensive assessments of the effectiveness of the National Credit Act, 2005 (“the Act”), as well as extensive consultation with various stakeholders, both within and outside Government. As the banking sector accounts for about 90% of the credit market, consultation with National Treasury was critical as these matters relate to this sector. During the assessment of the effectiveness of the Act, all reviews revealed one thing in common, that this is one of the best pieces of legislation to have been passed by this Government. It was far sighted and its existence cushioned this economy from what could have been a disaster when the world was hit by the financial cr ...
STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY HIFIKEPUNYE POHAMBA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA ON THE OCCASION OF THE OPENING OF THE NINTH SESSION OF THE FIFTH PARLIAMENT 11 FEBRUARY 2014 WINDHOEK *Check Against Delivery Honourable Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Asser Kapere, Chairperson of the National Council, Right Honourable Dr Hage Geingob, Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia, Your Honour Petrus Damaseb, Judge-President, Honourable Members of Parliament, Madam First Lady, Your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Distinguished Invited Guests, Members of the Media, Ladies and Gentlemen, It is a great pleasure for me to be part of this occasion, marking the official opening of the Ninth Session of the Fifth Parliament. I take this opportunity to commend our lawmakers for their hard work during the 8th Session, which ended on 27 November 2013. I also wish you strength, wisdom and dedication as you embark upon this new Session of carrying out your constitutional ...
That's all your Minister had to say about budget...great 2 know that Passman :D was included in the speech... 2014 BUDGET SPEECH By Honourable O.K. Matambo Minister of Finance and Development Planning Delivered to the National Assembly on 3rd February 2014 Website: www.finance.gov.bw Printed by the Government Printing and Publishing Services, Gaborone Price: P I. INTRODUCTION 1. Madam Speaker, I have the honour this afternoon to present to the National Assembly budget proposals for the financial year 2014/2015. 2. Madam Speaker, Honourable Members may recall that in April last year, the Mid-Term Review of NDP 10 was adopted by this House. The Review emphasised the importance of making strategic choices on revenue mobilisation and spending, while maintaining macroeconomic balance, so that we could continue building a productive economy that would provide sustained growth, employment creation, and reduce poverty. The Mid-Term Review and 2013 State of Nation Address, also underscored the importance of mainta ...
Budget Vote Speech by the Minister of Higher Education and Training, Blade Nzimande, MP, to the National Assembly, Cape Town 8 May 2013 Honourable Speaker / House Chairperson, Cabinet Colleagues and Deputy Ministers, Chairperson of the Portfolio Committee, Honourable Members of Parliament, Director-General and Staff of the department, Heads and Executives of all our Post-School Organisations and Institutions, My family, Honoured guests, My special guests Ladies and gentlemen and comrades. Introduction This year 2013 marks the 60th Anniversary of the Bantu Education Act which introduced and systematised a racist system of education aimed at severely restricting the educational opportunities of blacks in this country. Most of our government’s efforts with regard to education since 1994 have been aimed at overcoming this burdensome legacy together with the entire oppressive inheritance of colonialism and apartheid. Great progress has been made over the past 19 years in expanding access and success in post ...
Overview of the 2013 Budget - By Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, 7 March 2013:PROTOCOLS - 1. It is with great pleasure that I present to you today, the 2013 Federal Government Budget. I thank Mr President, my colleagues and the Honourable Members of the National Assembly for their contributions to the planning, preparation, passage and signing into law of the 2013 Budget. 2. I would also like to acknowledge the effort of the Leadership of the National Assembly, all relevant committees and the Budget Office for completing the 2013 Budget in record time. I am positive that the good work would translate into the development of our economy and improve the living standards of our people. WORLD ECONOMIC REVIEW 3. The 2013 Budget was designed against the backdrop of global economic uncertainty. Growth in the US is forecast to average only 2 per cent in 2013. Similarly, the near-term outlook for the Euro area has been revised downwards, with growth expected to contract by 0.2 per cent. In Asia, the short-term outlook fo ...
President Jacob Zuma's reply to debate on State of the Nation Address 2013 President says opposition's rhetoric and grandstanding is a luxury the country cannot afford. Address by President Jacob Zuma in response to the debate on the State of the Nation Address, National Assembly, Parliament, Cape Town Honourable Speaker, Honourable Deputy Speaker, Honourable Deputy President, Mr Kgalema Motlanthe, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, Honourable Members, Special guests, Next year, South Africa will mark 20 years of freedom and democracy. In celebrating this milestone, we will recommit ourselves to achieving a truly united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous society. We have gone a long way since 1994, and South Africa is definitely a much better country today than it was then. We have a Constitution that extends equal rights to all,born out of the experience of domination of one group by another and an oppressive State. From the ashes of apartheid colonialism, hatred and divisions, we committed ...
Address by President Nelson Mandela on the occasion of the Opening of The Second Session of the Democratic Parliament of South Africa - Cape Town, 17 February, 1995 - Honourable President and Deputy President of the Senate, Honourable Speaker and Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Chairperson and Deputy Chairperson of the Constitutional Assembly, Deputy Presidents, Ministers and Deputy Ministers, Provincial Premiers, Chief Justice, President of the Constitutional Court, Leaders of the National Defence Force, the Police Service and the Correctional Service, Directors General and leaders of the public service, Honourable Members of Parliament, Distinguished guests, Ladies and gentlemen: We have gathered in this hallowed chamber to begin the work of the second session of our democratic parliament, nine months after its first members were sworn in. Let met say this from the beginning that the challenges ahead of us require that we move away from spectacle and rhetoric and bend our backs to the serious w ...
about loved ones, without concern for us as well as our nation over Tanzania. is recently we addressed the launch of the dispute. because until now we were waiting for a response from the office of the Director of the National Commission on electoral, the Registrar of Societies, PCCB, the ministry of foreign affairs and international cooperation, ministry of interior, Bureau of the Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania , Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Members of the provinces of Bengal, so some answers to the scholarship letter of competition, so all registered voters participating students from your university scholars negligent in waiting for all programs completed. I take this opportunity on behalf of the committee of the tournament AMBASSADOR OF DEMOCRACY TANZANIA, urge all pleased to moved forward the date of the launch, due to the delay introduced the answers to those letters which for us is important because without the Bureau still rule domestically and Democracy no. thank yo ...
Just a simple question. The National Assembly has, over the years been appropriating more than enough of Tax payers money to themselves. There had been public out-cry, and the out-cry continues... Now do Honourable Members and Senators from "above-board" parties like, CPC, and ACN also partake in the obvious looting of the people's money by the PDP led Government?
The Senate President says that the Information Minister Labaran Maku is a 'Careless talker!'. Meanwhile the same careless talker - mr. Maku has apologised profusely to the 'Honourable Members' of the National Assembly for his 'slip' of tongue!!
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