Parliament to take day off to support Voter Registration exercise

Parliament on Friday agreed that it would not sit next June 30, to allow members to be in their constituencies to support the commencement of the compilation of a New Voters Register to be carried out by the Electoral Commission (EC).

When the House visited the matter towards the close of business for the day, with the First Deputy Speaker and MP for Bekwai, Joseph Osei-Owusu, in the chair, the House agreed not sit next Tuesday.

Sitting resumes next Wednesday, July 1, hitherto celebrated as a holiday, but now being observed as a commemorative day. This holiday commemorates Ghana becoming a republic on 1 July 1960.

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