Report backs piecemeal change
The Senate is scheduled to vote tomorrow on a controversial proposal to hold a referendum that could pave the way for a rewrite of the charter.
Senate was originally supposed to vote in November but it was postponed when senators decided to form a committee to study the motion before deciding whether to second it.
On Nov 3, the House voted to pass the opposition-sponsored motion and forwarded it to the Senate for a vote.
The motion calls on the government to hold a referendum on whether a new charter should be drawn up to replace the current charter.