Minority walks out of Parliament over new regions Act

The minority in Parliament has staged its first walk out for the third meeting of second of the seventh Parliament.

The NDC Mps walked out during the adoption of the Constitutional Instrument, CI for the creation of 6 new regions in protest of Speaker refusal to recognize some members from their side including their leader Haruna Iddrisu and Adaklu Mp Kwame Agbodza Governs.

The Adaklu Mp had wanted to raise the issue of lack of adequate numbers in the house for a decision on the subsidiary legislation committee’s report on the creation of the 6 new regions.

According to minority chief whip Muntaka Mubarak, the Adaklu Mp wanted to draw speaker’s attention that the House did not have quorum to take a decision on the CI. Speaking to Starr News Muntaka accused the speaker intolerance.

Source: Ghana/Starrfmonline.com/Ibrahim Alhassan

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