Six Ministers are anticipated to appear before the House in the coming week, according to Mr. Alexander Kwamena Afenyo-Markin, Vice Chairman of the Business Committee of Parliament, to answer 38 questions, one of which is urgent while the other 37 are oral.
The six ministers he identified were a Minister of State at the Office of the President, the Ministers of Land and Natural Resources, Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs, Employment and Labor Relations, Sanitation and Water Resources, and Roads and Highways.
As the Deputy Majority Leader and presenter of the House’s Business Statement for the week ending June 16, 2023, Mr. Afenyo-Markin stated as much on Friday.
He also reaffirmed Mr. Osei-Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu’s earlier appeal, in which he requested Committees with referrals, notably on public Bills, to speed work on the other similar items for the House’s consideration.
“Mr. Speaker, this call by the Business Committee is borne out of the fact that the House has barely seven weeks left to consider these important Bills and other parliamentary business that may require the attention of the House,” he added.
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Mr. Afenyo-Markin urged the Committees to expedite work on the pending bills, such as the National Petroleum Authority (Amendment) Bill, 2023, the Grains Development Authority Bill, 2022, the Wildlife Resources Authority Bill, 2022, the Intestate Succession Bill, 2022, the Ghana Industrial Property Office Bill, 2023, the Rent Bill, 2023, and the Criminal Offenses (Amendment Bill, 2023).
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