The National Assembly will be taking its first break on the 12th of May to be back in August.
The National Assembly will soon be taking a break after four months of work.
The last two sessions before the pause have been scheduled on the 5th and 12th of May.
Also, another session might be held on Friday for the sake of the Finance Bill that is meant to implement budgetary measures.
Normal work sessions will then resume in August.
Furthermore, the National Assembly will be called to vote the Insurance (Amendment) Bill. The Employment Rights Bill is also expected to undergo changes to allow for an extension of 2 weeks for maternity leaves.