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Tuesday, March 31, 2020

MPs seminar closed

Headlines MPs seminar closed

THE five-day post election seminar for members of Parliament came to a close on Thursday.

The seminar, which was officially opened by Speaker of the National Assembly, Amusaa Mwanamwamba last Sunday was closed by his deputy, Mutale Nalumango.

During the official opening, Mr Mwanamwambwa urged MPs to uphold the principles of democracy if they were to positively contribute to good governance.

Mr Mwanamwambwa called on MPs to show commitment and belief in the principles of democracy and express them in an open and sincere manner.

He was satisfied with the content of the seminar, which he described as important to the life of MPs who sought to be effective in their parliamentary careers.

The seminar was attended by Speaker of the National Assembly of South Africa, Baleka Mbete, Senior Advisor Parliamentary Reform Project Zambia, John Bosley and Registrar of Members’ Interest in the House of Commons, Alda Barry.

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