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Parliamentary committee heads tenure to end in 2 weeks -Speaker

Author: Staff Writer | Published: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Rt. Hon. Jemma Nunu Kumba, the Speaker of the R-TNLA. (Photo: Office of the President).

The Speaker of the National Parliament has notified Chairpersons of the Standing Specialized Committees and their deputies of the end of their tenure of offices due February 15.

Rt. Hon. Jemma Nunu Kumba announced this on 22nd of January.

She based her decision on the August House’s Business Regulation 2011 as amended in 2021 that provides for a two-year term, and the legislature Office Order number 01/2022.

“Pursuant to Regulation 124 of the Transitional National Legislative Assembly conduct of Business Regulations 2011 (amended 2021) and the TNLA Office Order No. 01/2022 dates 3rd January 2022, you are hereby notified on the end of your Tenure of Offices of the Chairpersons and Deputy Chairpersons which is due to end on 15th February 2024.

“You are hereby notified on the end of your tenure of offices of the chairpersons and Deputy Chairpersons which is due to end on 15th January 2024,” the statement partially read.

The Speaker also informed the outgoing Chairpersons and their deputies to plan to clear their desks, documents, properties and assets of the committees and hand them over to the clerk.

Nunu directed the clerk to take immediate action to register all the committee assets and properties promptly.

The Speaker also informed the outgoing Chairpersons and their deputies to plan to clear their desks, documents, properties and assets of the committees and hand them over to the clerk.

Kumba directed the clerk to take immediate action to register all the committee assets and properties promptly.

According to the spokesperson John Agany, the five peace parties represented in the Transitional National Parliament will nominate new committee chairpersons and their deputies.

Their respective chief whips will separately convene meetings to nominate the candidates.

 

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