Another clash in parliament.

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Parliament has endured another confusion  over which side of the house directs the verifying advisory group to vet Akuffo Addo’s Appointees.

Parliamentary arrangements clarify that there are a few capacities that are performed exclusively by the greater part side of the house. For example, in an exemption of the public record panel, all councils in parliament should be led by individuals from the greater.

On Friday, 22 January 2020, the previous lion’s share chief and the pastor of parliamentary issues, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu contended that the organization of any remaining boards of trustees should be stopped until the new standing requests come into past.

This means, if parliament won’t embrace the new standing request, the right now comprised confirming council will abuse the old standing request which necessitates that the panel should be led by an individual from the lion’s share side of the house which presently doesn’t exist.

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The NDC parliamentarians drove by Haruna Iddrisu told writers who asked how the previous greater part and minority pioneers ought to be brought in the eighth parliament stated, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu ought to be known as the “head of government business in parliament” and not the lion’s share chief.

Tending to parliament, the speaker announced the MP for Tamale South, Hon. Haruna Iddrisu as the minority chief and the Suame MP and priest of parliamentary issues, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu as the lion’s share chief.

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