The second meeting of the third session of the seventh Parliament has ended as the House goes on recess.
At the end of the second meeting of third session, parliament since May 28, 2019 passed several bills including the Vigilantism and Related Offences Bill, among others.
The House is expected to resume sitting in the 11th month to commence business at the Plenary.
The lawmakers in this session passed a number of bills in the wake of the mid-year budget review including the Communication Service tax Amendment Bill, the Earmarked funds, capping and re-alignment Bill and the Luxury Vehicle Levy repeal Bill.
The House which run deep into Friday evening also approved a $1.5 billion cocoa syndicated loan and an $11 million loan for the procurement of equipment for the Armed forces.