June 10, 2014
Members of Parliament (MPs) are resuming sitting today, Tuesday 10th June after postponing their scheduled re-opening two times.
The House was initially set to resume business on Tuesday, May 27, but was later postponed to June 3 and again to June 10.
Media reports have quoted the Minority leader, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu, asserting that the postponements were due to financial constraints.
The House of Legislature has complained severally about the way the executive arm of government has treated it, especially denying it of the needed funds to execute its functions efficiently.