APNU intends to put a packed agenda to the House when Parliament reconvenes
Parliament will come out of recess on Monday and the APNU is already looking forward to put to the House, 15 motions and 44 oral resolutions.
APNU’s parliamentary agenda will have as its focus for this session, public finance, public security, broadcasting, local Government reform and social services sector.
The Party said, that a great deal was achieved in the first session of the 10th Parliament. However, they were some stumbling blocks.
Both the opposition leader and speaker, are looking for international help to draft legislation.
The APNU said, it wants to encourage positive development within Guyana in this new parliamentary dispensation.