MPs Demand Outstanding Allowances
Yesterday, legislators demanded to be paid their outstanding allowances before dissolution of Parliament as most of them were unlikely to return after the July 30 harmonised elections.
Musikavanhu legislator Mr Prosper Mutseyami (MDC-T), was the first to raise the issue after he rose on a point of order. The issue was rekindled during a report presented by Zanu-PF Chief Whip Cde Lovemore Matuke. Said Mutseyami:
We have MPs who have failed to sail through. These MPs are not coming back unless they stand as independents. In that regard, it is important that Parliament ensures that the MPs are given their money before they leave. On residential stands, we were issued with offer letters. Offer letters are nothing. We need lease agreements and this should be done through the administration of Parliament.Feedback
Zvishavane-Ngezi MP Cde John Holder (Zanu-PF) and Binga North MP Mr Prince Sibanda (MDC-T) supported Mr Mutseyami.
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