Namibia’s Tenth Session of the Sixth Parliament will resume on Tuesday, according to an official.

Public Relations Officer for the National Assembly David Nahogandja in a statement issued Monday said that upon resumption, so far indication has been received that the following Bills are ready for tabling during this last session of the Sixth Parliament, including Prevention and Combating of Torture Bill and Prevention and Combating of Pollution of the Sea by Oil, Amendment Bill.

“Other Bills will be communicated once a notification is received by Table Office,” he added.

According to Nahogandja, during the August 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.

Meanwhile, it is expected that reports about these activities are to be tabled for the House’s consideration in this session, he added. Enditem

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