Minority MPs in Parliament on Wednesday said they will push for the annulment of the decision to approve a Finance Committee report backing a 7.6 million-Euro loan agreement before the House.
The loan is to help finance a street lighting project along some major road networks in the country.
MPs passed the motion without any major debate shortly after a member from the Minority, Hon Isaac Asiamah argued that the House did not have the constitutional quorum to transact business saying, “this is an important business and we need to get quite a sizeable number of members here to undertake this very important business.”
Meanwhile, the First Deputy Minority Chief Whip, Hon Gifty Kusi served notice in a Citi News
interview that she will follow due process and push for annulment of the decision of the House.
She said: “As far as I am concerned, this is unconstitutional because we didn’t have the numbers to undertake that decision.
Why did he adjourn the House?
He adjourned the House because we didn’t have the numbers.
We had called a quorum so I wasn’t expecting him to put the question.”