Parliament reconvenes; Minority expects fairness

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As part of his expectation for the next sitting of parliament which begins on Tuesday May 15, 2018, the Member of Parliament for the Tamale Central Constituency, Inusah Fuseini, says he expects fairness from the Speaker in steering affairs on the floor of the House.

On the issue of Ministers and MPs in the former administration taking double salary, he said no one took double salary, rather, it was double payment.

“Exposing this issue will not affect the relationship between the Minority and the Majority as some people are in Parliament and others are not, so I do not see how this will affect the relationship, more over the issue is before the police and our lawyers are handling it so I will not talk much,” he stated.

The Minority will always have their say and the Majority have their way but we expect the Speaker to be fair in his dealings in the House

Source: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso || ghanamps.com

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