ISLAMABAD : The National Assembly Monday passed four bills aimed at fulfilling the obligations of the Financial Action Task Force to bring the country out of FATF’s grey list. The bills moved by Prime Minister’s Advisor on Parliamentary Affairs Dr. Babar Awan included “The Limited Liability Partnership (Amendment) Bill 2020”, “The Companies (Amendment) Bill 2020”, “The Anti-Money Laundering (Second Amendment) Bill, 2020”, and “The Islamabad Capital Territory Waqf Properties Bill, 2020.” “The Limited Liability Partnership (Amendment) Bill, 2020” and “The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020” will ensure compliance with FATF’s recommendations on anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism by strengthening existing laws. “The Islamabad Capital Territory Waqf Properties Bill, 2020,” is aimed at proper management, supervision and administration of waqf properties in the capital territory. All the amendments moved by the opposition were rejected by the majority of the House. The National Assembly was informed today that the government is planning to reopen educational institutions from the 15th of the next month. Responding to a calling attention notice in the House today, Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood said that a consultative meeting to take final decision regarding reopening of the school will be held on 7th of the next month. The House has now been prorogued in honour of Muharram-Harram.
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