International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Bill

International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Bill

Session 2005-06
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Short Title of the Bill
Require the Secretary of State to report annually on total expenditure on international aid and on the breakdown of such aid, and in particular on progress towards the target for expenditure on official development assistance to constitute 0.7 per cent of gross national income; to require such reports to contain information about expenditure by country, about the proportion of expenditure in low income countries and about the effectiveness of aid expenditure and the transparency of international aid; and for connected purposes.



Bill Information

Latest       
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 Chapter 31 (OPSI website)

 
  International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 Chapter 31 PDF (OPSI website)

Earlier documents    
This Bill has now received Royal Assent
 
  International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 Chapter 31 (OPSI website)

 
  International Development (Reporting and Transparency) Act 2006 Chapter 31 PDF (OPSI website)
Bill as brought from the Commons and ordered to be printed in the Lords   Bill 127 2005-06 as at 16 June 2006 PDF
    Bill 127 2005-06 as at 16 June 2006
Report Stage Proceedings (Commons)   Report Stage Proceedings of 16 June 2006
Marshalled list of Amendments for consideration (Commons)   Amendment paper as at 16 June 2006
Bill as amended in Committee (Commons)   Bill 130 2005-06 as at 15 February 2006 PDF
    Bill 130 2005-06 as at 15 February 2006