The Leader of the Lower House, Mr. Monyane Moleleki has confirmed that the seventh meeting of the first session of the tenth parliament of Lesotho will be held at the New Parliament building in Maseru on May 24.
Speaking in a telephone interview, Mr. Moleleki who is also the Deputy Prime Minister said there will be no specific business rather than a normal National Assembly daily business.
He said the National Assembly had adjourned in order to allow members to attend National Reforms meetings in all the constituencies, saying now that the meetings have been held in all the 80 constituencies, the house will be reopened to continue with its daily business.
The National Assembly adjourned sine die in April ahead of the Easter vacations following the motion made by the leader of the house.
The National Assembly consists of 120 members drawn from 80 constituencies plus 40 from the Proportional Representation (PR).
Source: LENA 14/05/2019