Minority Leader in Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu has served notice that it will, from henceforth, ensure that decisions taken in the House will be by voting.
Alternatively, he said that the Minority will insist on minimum headcounts.
Haruna Iddrisu made this known when the Minority addressed the press after Parliament approved the 2022 budget in his side’s absence.
For him “cooperation has suffered” and therefore, the Minority will take a cue from it and be advised accordingly.
“Let me warn, that from tomorrow, every other decision of parliament will be by voting. From tomorrow, every other decision of parliament, We will insist on a minimum number of headcount. At appropriation of estimates, we will vote on them,” Haruna Iddrisu warned.
The Minority leader said that “if this is the way they [Majority] want us to walk, we are very capable of walking with them.”
His reacton comes after the Majority side approved the 2022 budget with 138 headcounts including the sit-in speaker, Joe Osei Owusu.