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Deputy Speaker election on June 28

Special Correspondent

Thiruvananthapuram: The election to the post of Deputy Speaker of the State Assembly will be held on June 28.

Addressing a press conference here on Wednesday, Speaker G. Karthikeyan said the election would be held from 9.30 on that day. He said he would ensure that the Assembly has productive sessions, besides assisting government business, while at the same time protecting the rights and privileges of Opposition members.

The First session of the Assembly is in two phases. The first phase began with the swearing-in of the newly elected members on June 1and the election of Speaker. The session will resume with the Governor's Address on June 24. This will be followed by the general discussion on the Motion of Thanks to the Governor's Address on June 27, 28 and 29.

Finance Minister K.M. Mani will present the revised Budget for 2011-12 on July 8. The general discussion on the revised budget will be held on July 11, 12 and 13. The Finance Minister will also present the vote-on-account for the four-month period from July. The budget proposals will then be referred to 14 subject committees. The House will also pass the vote-on-account on July 14 and the Appropriation Bill on the Vote-on-Account will be passed on July 18. The House will take up government business on June 30, July 18, 19 and 20.

The legislations to be moved during this period will be decided on the basis of the Business Advisory Committee's recommendation. There will be no voting at the end of the general discussion on the budget, Mr. Karthikeyan said.

The Speaker said he was of the view that the daily sittings should not go on till very late. The Assembly will have only one day's time for taking up the Private Members bills on July 15.

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