Amend Conduct of Business Regulations – Adigo
Emmanuel Akile | September 20, 2016
<http://www.eyeradio.org/amend-conduct-business-regulations-adigo/> | 3:56
[image: Onyoti Adigo, had been the Leader of Minority in the NLA since the
April 2010 general elections] Onyoti Adigo, had been the Leader of Minority
in the NLA since the April 2010 general elections
An opposition leader in the Transitional Legislative Assembly has called
for amendment of the Conduct of Business Regulations before dissolving the
post of the Leader of Minority.
Last week, the chairperson of the Information Committee, Hon Oliver Mori,
said there would be three chief whips; one from the ruling SPLM, another
from the SPLM in Opposition and the third from the other political parties.
Hon Mori said the peace agreement does not provide for the position of the
Leader of Minority.
“I think they do not understand the agreement; the agreement doesn’t talk
of whips. The agreement talks of stakeholders,” Hon Adigo said during a
press conference at the parliament building this morning.
Hon Adigo, who held the position from 2010-2016, says the peace agreement
also requires the dissolution of the assembly leadership.
“After the amendment of this, the leadership of the assembly will be
dissolved so that we work according to the constitution,” he added.
The Chief Whip of the other political parties has already been named.
But Mr Onyoti says the positions of the whips are not in the peace
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