The Namibian parliament will reconvene its sessions fully next week to debate on four essential bills that will be tabled after the lifting of lockdown restrictions in the capital Windhoek.
“The National Council will resume its session on June 8, 2020 at 09:30 a.m. to consider bills referred to it by the National Assembly and any other business,” said a statement released Friday by the parliament.
“In terms of the current regulation governing stage 3 of COVID-19, parliament sessions are allowed to convene subject to compliance with relevant limit. The National Council session will abide to the COVID-19 regulations of social distancing, sanitizing of hands and temperature screening during its debates,” said the statement.
The National Assembly resumption will see the Financial Institutions and Markets Bill, The Control of the Import and Export of Dairy Products and Dairy Products Substitute Bill, Post and Telecommunications Companies Establishment Amendment Bill, Gaming and Entertainment Control Amendment Bill and Communication Amendment Bill being debated in the National Council. Enditem