Vanuatu's parliament is to convene for an extraordinary session later this month.
The speaker Saimon Esmon has issued a summons for the session to commence on Monday 21 November.
The summons for the second extraordinary session of 2016 lists eleven bills to be considered by MPs.
They include a Bill for the Right to Information Act, and a Bill for the Commercial Government Business Enterprise Act.
There are also amendments to the Penal Code, the Citizenship and Immigration Acts.
As well as the legislation, MPs will debate a motion on the terms of reference for the Ad Hoc Committee for the Bill for the Constitution.
The committee is to review and oversee consultation on a raft of proposed changes to Vanuatu's constitution.
Among the proposed changes are provisions to stop MPs crossing the floor of parliament for personal gain and reforms on motions of no-confidence.
The changes, which also include plans for reserved parliamentary seats for women, are part of the Charlot Salwai-led government's central policy of political reform.