Majority Leader of Parliament Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has said the recess of parliament in April will depend on how fast the Attorney-General prepares and bring before the house all relevant bills that need their consideration.
He said the Attorney-General will contribute to parliament rising early for recess as there are some important bills that needs to be worked on before the house rises.
The bills includes the legislations on Political Vigilantism as well as duties exemption bill as business men and women are complaining hence this decision by the business committee.
Meanwhile, the house previously agreed to rise between 3rd-12th April 2019.
President Akufo-Addo made this known in a second letter he wrote to the National Chairman of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Samuel Ofosu Ampofo on the disbandment of vigilante groups in Ghana.
The letter read:“I have, in line with my pronouncement to Parliament during the Message on the State of the Nation on 21st February, 2019 instructed the Attorney General, without prejudice to the outcome of the engagement, if any, between the NPP and NDC, to prepare and submit to Parliament, as soon as possible, specific legislation to deal with the phenomenon of vigilantism, and provide appropriate sanctions against its occurrence.”