Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Deputies Debate Transgender Canonical Change

The House of Deputies made up legislative time in the late afternoon session on July 13, dispensing with 20 different resolutions during a two-hour session.
The speed that business was conducted was in contrast to an early afternoon session in which problems with the electronic voting machines and extended debate over consent to the election of the Rev. Luis Fernando Ruiz Restrepo as Bishop of Central Ecuador put the house legislative calendar behind schedule.
A number of the resolutions appeared on the consent calendar, meaning that as long as deputies did not request debate on any of the items on the consent calendar list, they were considered as approved.
The house also dealt with several issues requiring more extended debate during this session and even if some of the legislation was approved as part of the consent calendar, it is likely to have an impact on dioceses and parishes.



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