Functions of the Committee
2. In addition to any other duties placed upon it by the Honourable Mr Speaker or any Standing Order or any other order of the Assembly, the duties of the Committee on Lands, Environment and Tourism are as follows:
i. to study, report and make appropriate recommendations to the Government through the House on the mandate, management and operations of the Government ministries, departments and/or agencies under its portfolio;
ii. to carry out detailed scrutiny of certain activities being undertaken by the Government ministries, departments and/or agencies under its portfolio and make appropriate recommendations to the House for ultimate consideration by the Government;
iii. to make, if considered, necessary recommendations to the Government on the need to review certain policies and/or certain existing legislation; and
iv. to consider any Bills that may be referred to it by the House.
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