The 12th Parliament got quick into to action after the swearing ceremony on its Member of Parliament, on Tuesday at the Arthur Chung Convention centre at, Liliendaal.
On the First sitting of the house a sum totalling over 11.2 billion Guyana dollars was approved, it was tabled by the minister of Public works the Hon. Bishop Juan Edghill, on the government behalf in the National Assembly.
The Monies where approved with no objections since the 31 seat Opposition walk out mid-way of the sitting giving the Government side to approved the monies using their majority of 33 in parliament to pass the funds need for the agencies.
The Monies approved for the various agencies where, the Parliament office received $1.799 billion, Office of the Auditor General $908.636 million, Teaching service Commission $117,075 million, Guyana Elections Commission $4.943 billion, Public and Police Service Commission $150.636 Million, Judicial Service Commission $10. 020 Million, Human Rights Commission $25. 958 Million, Rights of the Child Commission $46. 095 Million,
Further the Women and Gender Equality Commission $58. 460 Million, Public Procurement Commission $58.327 Million, Supreme Court of Judicature 2. 443 Billion, Chambers of Director of Public Prosecution $226,822 Million,
With the Office of the Ombudsman $70,001 Million, Public Service Appellate Tribunal$40. 911 Million, Ethnic Relations Commission $220,802 Million and the Indigenous People’s Commission $24. 392 Million, rounding out the agencies.