Members of Parliament are expected to resume work today [Tuesday] after a few weeks on recess.
The Seventh Parliament is currently in its third session.
The Speaker of Parliament recalled MPs for an emergency meeting in April 2019, to consider the Companies Bill and the controversial Amendment to the AGM petroleum deal.
Parliament in the upcoming meeting is expected to consider and pass the Vigilantism and Related Offences Bill amongst others.
The Minority has also indicated that it will haul the Inspector General of Police, David Asante Appeatu before the House over the three kidnapped Takoradi girls, and as well as the Director of the National Communications Authority (NCA), Joe Anokye over the recent shutdown of some radio stations.
The two issues have been very topical in the country dominating many media discussions.
On the closure of some FM stations in the country, the Minority leader, Haruna Iddrisu insists that the Authority needs to provide detailed information on the state of all radio stations in the country.
Radio Gold and Radio XYZ who are among the radio stations closed down are contesting the basis for the shutdown.
On the issue of the kidnapped girls, the minority wants the Police to provide accurate information on the status of the search for the girls and the way forward.
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