This was due to the rising cases among the members of parliament. However, in this letter, there was nothing like a way forward on how business will run.
Mpuuga’s letter inquired to know how business is going to run now that they closed Parliament.
“The concern of my office with this communication is that it fell short of guiding members on how and where to conduct the business of Parliament during the closure of the premises. The mandate and duty of Parliament to the population has now been required to intervene in the situation like it is now.”
Mpuuga suggests that much as so many MPs are sick, the digital platform is very available.
“Besides, compliance to the rules shall not deter members and staff from continuing to observe the standard operating procedures while individually seeking to routinely test and also undergo tests for those found positive,” he wrote.
The world is fast growing and right now even covid may not be an excuse for business not to run. There are countless platforms on the media where meetings can take place.
The fact that there is even a budget set aside for Most to have tabs means now is the time to use them. Otherwise, two weeks without a Parliament meeting is suicide for the country.
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