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Little India COI, MediShield Life and CPF on Parliament's agenda

Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean and Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin will deliver ministerial statements on the Government's response to the Little India riot Committee of Inquiry report.

SINGAPORE: Deputy Prime Minister and Home Affairs Minister Teo Chee Hean and Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin will deliver the Government's response to the Little India riot Committee of Inquiry's report on Monday (July 7), when Parliament sits.

Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong will seek endorsement from the House for the MediShield Life Review Committee report.

Separately, 67 questions have been submitted for oral answer. On the agenda: The new government contracting model for the public bus industry and questions on how Central Provident Fund (CPF) monies are invested.

Some of the questions also touch on Malaysia's plans for a massive reclamation project in the Johor Straits near the Tuas Second Link.

Nominated Member of Parliament Janice Koh will ask the Minister for Communications and Information about why Taiwanese singer A-Mei was advised by authorities against performing the song "Rainbow" at the recent Spring Wave Music and Art Festival.

Three bills will be introduced: The Transboundary Haze Pollution Bill, the Attorney-General (Additional Functions) Bill and the Land Acquisition (Amendment) Bill. There will also be second readings of bills such as the Radiation Protection (amendment) Bill and Copyright (Amendment) Bill.

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