Parliament to sit for long hours ahead of elections
This is to enable Members of Parliament to iron out urgent matters before the House for the remaining days of the month before it rises
This is to enable Members of Parliament to iron out urgent matters before the House for the remaining days of the month before it rises, Accra-based Joy FM reports.
Members of Parliament are expected to finish work on the Bank and Specialise Deposit Taking Institution Bill 2015, the Right to Information Bill, the Ghana Institution of Taxation and a possible supplementary budget which is yet to be submitted to the House to be worked on.
They are also expected to consider the Constitutional amendment on the date of the polls to enable the Electoral Commission to hold elections in November instead of December.
The House is expected to rise on time to allow the MPs go about campaigning for themselves and their flagbearers ahead of the November 7, elections.
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