The lower chamber of the National Assembly on Tuesday went back on its decision over the rejection of the gender bill earlier rejected by the lawmakers.
The bills slated for reconsideration are those on citizenship, indigeneship and the 35% affirmative action for women.
The bill were re-committed to the Committee of the Whole for consideration on Tuesday.
They will be considered by the House in the next phase of voting on another set of bills for amendment in four weeks’ time.
The bill on 35% affirmation for women had attracted widespread condemnations when news filtered that it has been rejected by the lawmakers.
Women had besieged the National Assembly days ago to press for a change of mind by the lawmakers.