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Panel sets out pact changes

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The House committee vetting proposed changes to Section 190 of the constitution has decided that only three types of government agreements signed with other countries will need parliamentary approval in future. 

In its current version, Section 190 requires all deals involving issues of sovereignty to be approved by parliament.

The panel yesterday discussed the matter, agreeing to enhance clarity and assigning a more specific scope to the section.

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