October 17, 2018

How House of Reps Voted in #ConstitutionReview

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How House of Reps voted in #ConstitutionReview

The House of Representatives  just reviewed and considered 33 BILLS from the Harmonised Report of the Committee on #ConstitutionReview.

See all the details below:

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Bill 1: Members of the Council of States To Include former Senate President & House of Reps Speakers as members.

Yes – 274

No – 6

Abstain – 2

 

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Bill 2:  Reduction of Authorization of expenditure Before Budget Passage from 6 to 3 months

Yes: 295

No: 0

Abstain: 0

 

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Bill 3: Devolution of Powers to States

Yes: 210

No: 71

Abstain: 0

 

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Bill 4: Financial Autonomy for State Legislature.

Yes: 286

No: 10

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 5: Financial Autunomy to LGAs

 

Yes: 291

No: 12

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 6: Democratic Existence Tunding and Tenure of LGAs

Yes: 285

No: 7

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 7: State creation and boundary adjustment

Yes: 166

No: 125

Abstain: 3

 

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Bill 8: Immunity for legislators for Words Spoken in Chamber or in Committee Meetings  in Course of Duty

Yes: 288

No: 10

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 9: Political Parties and Electoral Matters : Time to conduct Bye Elections and Power to deregister parties

Yes: 293

No: 2

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 10:  Presidential Assent To Constitution Amendment Bill

Yes: 248

No: 28

Abstain: 4

 

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Bill 11: Time frame for submission of names of ministerial nominees

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 11b: Submission of Ministererial Nominees with their Portfolios

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 11c: 35% affirmative action for women as ministers

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 11d:  Submission of Commissioners Nominees with their Portfolios

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 11e : Submission of names of office of commissioners shall be attached with portfolio

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 11f: 35% Affirmative action for women as States Commissioners

Yes: 248

No: 46

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 12: Appointment of Minister from the FCT

Yes: 191

No: 21

Abstain: 3

 

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Bill 13: Change of names of some LG councils: Ebonyi, Oyo, Ogun, Pleateau and Rivers.

Yes: 220

No: 57

Abstain: 8

 

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Bill 14: Independent Candidacy

Yes: 275

No: 14

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 15: The Nigeria Police Force to become Nigerian Police

Yes: 280

No: 9

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 16: Restriction of the Tenure of Presidents and Governors

Yes:292

No: 3

Abstain: 3

 

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Bill17: Separation of office of Accountant General of the Federal Government from Accountant General of the Federation

Yes:274

No: 23

Abstain: 2

 

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Bill 18: Financial Independence for Office of  Auditor of Federation/State

Yes: 289

No: 11

Abstain: 0

 

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Bill 19: Separation of Office of the Attorney General of the Federation/State from the office of Minister/Commissioner of Justice

Yes: 234

No: 58

Abstain: 3

 

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Bill 20: Submissions from the Judiciary

Yes: 265

No: 6

Abstain: 7

 

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Bill 21: Determination of pre-election matters.

Yes: 288

No: 3

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 22: Consequential Amendment on Civil Defence

Yes: 293

No: 2

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 23: Citizenship and indigenship

Yes: 208

No: 78

Abstain: 2

 

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Bill 24: Procedure for Overriding Presidential Veto in Constitutional Alteration

Yes: 271

No: 20

Abstain: 0

 

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Bill 25: Removal of law making power from Executive Arm.

Yes:

No:

Abstain:

 

Bill 25: Part (1): Removal of NYSC, National Security Agencies ,Public Complaints Commission Acts from the Constitution

Yes: 209

No:47

Abstain: 5

 

Bill 25 Part 2: Removal of Land Use Act from Constitution

Yes:139

No:148

Abstain:4

 

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Bill 26: Investment and Securities Tribunal

Yes: 270

No: 12

Abstain: 2

 

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Bill 27: Reduction of Age for Election

Yes: 261

No: 23

Absain: 2

 

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Bill 28: Authorization of expenditure time frame for laying Appropriation bill, Passage etc

Yes: 252

No: 7

Abstain:2

 

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Bill 29: Deletion of the National Youth Service Corps decree from CFRN

Yes: Rejected

No:

Abstain:

 

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Bill 30: Deletion of Public Complain Act from CFRN.

Yes: Rejected

No:

Abstain:

 

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Bill 31: Deletion of National Security Agencies from the CFRN

Yes: Rejected

No:

Abstain:

 

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Bill 32: Deletion of land Use Act from CFRN

Yes:  Rejected

No:

Abstain:

 

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Bill 33: Deletion of State Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) from CFRN

Yes: 229

No: 51

Abstain: 1

 

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Bill 34: Inclusion of Section 141 of Electoral Act into the Constitution

Yes:241

No:18

Abstain:1

 

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