Majority Chief Whip Kwesi Ameyaw-Cheremeh in presenting the Business Statement on the floor of the House on Friday revealed that to meet the constitutional requirement relating to the coming into force of the subsidiary legislation presented to the House, the Business Committee has proposed that House sit on Mondays commencing with Monday, July 13, 2020 to August 3, 2020.
He further told the House the Office of the Majority Leader would liaise with the chairperson of the Electoral Commission to determine a suitable date for the Commission to attend upon the House for a briefing on their work programme.
“Mr. Speaker mindful of the busy schedule of the EC, and in view of the ongoing registration exercise, a favorable date as may be agreed upon would be communicated to members of Parliament.
The Majority Chief Whip, who presented the Business Statement on behalf of the Majority Leader Osei-Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, further revealed that there would not be question time this week.