Premier David Burt is scheduled to provide an oral response One Bermuda Alliance Leader Craig Cannonier on money spent out of the public purse to pay “Members of the Legislature from July 2017 until present”, to serve on Government boards, quangoes or committees.
In a Parliamentary Question, Mr Cannonier asked for “the names of all the Members” and “the remuneration paid for that service”.
Minister for the Cabinet Office Wayne Furbert is also scheduled to provide a written response to a question from OBA MP Patricia Gordon-Pamplin, who asked for a “detailed breakdown of the $130,000 costs for the Efficiency Commission, specifying recipient, date of each installment and the purpose for which the disbursements were made”.
Bills scheduled to be introduced in the Lower House include the Economic Substance Amendment Act 2019 and the Medical Practitioners Amendment Act 2019.
Health Minister Kim Wilson is expected to “lay for the information” of the House, the Pharmacy and Poisons (Third and Fourth Schedule) Amendment Order 2019.
And Education Minister Diallo Rabain is also scheduled to make a statement updating MPs on University of the West Indies Scholarship Offerings.