RUNDU, 05 JUN – The Seventh Session of the Sixth Parliament resumes on Tuesday.
A statement issued by National Assembly public relations officer, David Nahogandja on Monday said the session will amongst others discuss the motion on the constitutionality of the Veterinary Cordon Fence, also known as the ‘Red Line’, and its socio-economic impact on communities.
It will also discuss a motion on the level of corruption in Namibia, its impacts on the economy and the effectiveness of current efforts to deal with it.
The statement further said the second half of the session will deliberate on the relevance of the continuous use of Electronic Voting Machines in presidential, national, regional and local authority elections.
During its May recess, several Parliamentary standing committees undertook visits to the regions to investigate Government projects and conduct public hearings on items referred to them by the House.
Among the topical issues investigated was a motion on teenage pregnancies. Reports from the visits will be tabled for the House’s consideration in the session resuming Tuesday.