Parliament sitting resumes tomorrow.
According to the Order paper, the session includes presentation of papers, reports of committees, questions, ministerial statements and consideration of Bills.
Government MP Howard Politini will ask the Minister for Agriculture to explain the initiatives in which Fiji signed a Resilience Project Agreement with the Food and Agricultural Organization that will see the delivery of food security initiatives.
Opposition MP Professor Biman Prasad is to ask the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Public Enterprises, Civil Service and Communications – to inform Parliament of the timeline of the enforcement of the review of the National Minimum Wage of $2.68 an hour as revealed in Parliament on 14 March 2018.
Opposition MP Aseri Radrodro will also ask the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy, Public Enterprises, to advise the House the basis of Share offering in Energy Fiji Limited whereby Non-Subsidized Account Holders are offered 150 non-voting shares and Subsidized Account Holders are offered 250 non-voting shares.
Leader of Opposition Ro Teimumu Kepa will ask the Attorney-General and Minister for Economy to inform the House what other action has the Government carried out to minimize the negative environmental implications on marine resources caused by deliberate pumping of oil into the Suva Harbour by Shio Dao.