Debate on Budget Statement 2022 Begins Tuesday, November 23 | Parliament

Majority leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu informed Parliament that the debate on the 2022 budget statement and the government’s economic policy will begin on Tuesday, November 23.

He said the Business Committee looked forward to a well-researched and informed debate, and proposed that each day’s discussion be structured according to specific sectors.

“This is to ensure the coherence, understanding and logical flow of the debate,” said the majority leader, as he presented to Parliament the statement of work for the fifth week ending on Friday 26 November 2021.

Mr Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu said the affairs committee recommended on Tuesday November 23 that the finance, environment, gender, foreign affairs, youth and sports and employment committees take their tower.

Wednesday November 24 is reserved for the Health, Trade and Industry, Communication, Territorial Collectivities, Lands and Forests, Works and Housing, and Energy and Mines committees.

On Thursday, November 25, the committees for education, agriculture, roads and transport, defense and interior, justice, parliament, independent governance institutions and government machinery would take their place. tower.

The direction ; the majority and minority parties, would conclude the debate on Friday 26 November.

Mr. Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu said that on each day of the debate, two members from each side of the political division should contribute to the discussion.

He urged the House to stick to the 1,000-hour standard time to begin business, given the business scheduled for the week under consideration.

The Business Committee recommended an extended sitting for each day to allow the House to conclude on Friday as scheduled.

Source: GNA

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