Injunction puts Housing Ministry’s removal of ‘People’s Parliament” on hold
An injunction filed in the courts has put on hold, the Ministry of Housing’s decision, to remove the ‘People’s Parliament’.
And the Minister of Housing, who is upset at this development, is talking tough. In fact, the Minister said, that he is not going to run away from making hard decisions.
For the past two months, the group was picketing and soliciting the views of citizens on issues they want to see taken up in the National Assembly.
The exercise is being held at High and Hadfield Streets, just outside of the Parliament Buildings. The Housing Minister said, that the protestors cannot come within the boundary of private property and impose themselves.
The Ministry of Housing last week, put up a notice warning against persons trespassing on Government land.
The Ministry even hinted at removing the protestors.