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What are Government Motions?

A Government Motion is a formal proposal by a Minister/Member of Government that the Legislative Assembly take certain action. Examples of Government Motions includes annual Strategic Policy Statements, the calling of Referenda and the formal recognition of Tax Information Exchange Agreements with other jurisdictions. These can bring new business before the Legislative Assembly or consist of numerous other proposals to take procedural steps or carry out other actions relating either to a pending motion or the body itself.

A Government Motion does not require a seconder.

Pending Government Motions

Recently Passed Government Motions

Government Motion No.7 /2019-2020

PASSED: Third Sitting 31st January 2020

The Immigration (Grant of Right to be Caymanian) (No. 4) Order, 2020

Moved by:

by the Honourable Premier, Minister of Employment, Border Control, Community Affairs, International Trade, Investment and Maritime Affairs.
Government Motion No.6 /2019-2020

PASSED: Third Sitting 31st January 2020

The Immigration (Grant of Right to be Caymanian) (No. 3) Order, 2020

Moved by:

by the Honourable Premier, Minister of Employment, Border Control, Community Affairs, International Trade, Investment and Maritime Affairs.
Government Motion No.5 /2019-2020

PASSED: Third Sitting 31st January 2020

The Immigration (Grant of Right to be Caymanian) (No. 2) Order, 2020

Moved by:

by the Honourable Premier, Minister of Employment, Border Control, Community Affairs, International Trade, Investment and Maritime Affairs
Government Motion No. 4 /2019-2020

PASSED: Third Sitting 31st January 2020

The Immigration (Grant of Right to be Caymanian) Order, 2020

Moved by:

by the Honourable Premier, Minister of Employment, Border Control, Community Affairs, International Trade, Investment and Maritime Affairs.

Historical Government Motions Considered by the House

Government Motions 1990 to 2000 Sessions

Government Motions 2001 to 2011-12 Sessions