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Experienced MPs must be retained - Kweku Baako

Tinomax 06/25/2020

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Editorial manager in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide paper, Kweku Baako Jnr has upheld the call by Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu that there ought to be a protocol to secure experienced Members of Parliament (MPs). 

The Majority Leader was stressed, that some hard-working MPs lost their seats during the New Patriotic Party (NPP) primaries on Saturday, June 20, 2020. 

Forty (40) sitting Parliamentarians lost their seats during the primaries and to the Majority Leader, it's a misfortune as it blocks the viability of work in the House of Legislature. 

He has along these lines approached the NPP to find an in-constructed component to secure experienced MPs and expects that the circumstance would reinforce be and strengthen the NPP Party. 

"The more one remains in Parliament, the better and competent the person in question becomes," he said. 

Kweku Baako, additionally talking on Peace FM's ''Kokrokoo'' on Wednesday, shared the notions of the Majoriy Leader as he similarly thinks holding sitting MPs with rich involvement with Parliamentary undertakings will help improve the House. 

As indicated by him, he doesn't buy in to the thought that accomplished lawmakers ought to be expelled from Parliament for rivalry purpose. 

"Parliamentary experience, mastery and competence should be taken into account. Since it's a majority rule rivalry, it's a tight rope that we're walking...I'm not one of those people that since it's opposition, simply go out there to guarantee that the experience that has been accumulated can be totally lost on account of one political race. No! Each genuine ideological group must start to discover available resources of strolling this tight rope and do it well. Do it some time, before primaries, make certain structures, make certain understandings and hold some accomplished officials. It's basic." 

He noticed that in some administrative locales, Parliamentarians remain up to 40 years or more and included that drafting laws is an ability that isn't created in a day. 

"As of now we have an issue with this official melding with the lawmaker; we as of now have that issue. At that point, when you have a circumstance where experienced administrators leave, an oppressive official will significantly have more space to control the lawmaking body. Drafting laws is an aptitude and that likewise could endure," he said.

Source: opera.com
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