The parliament has decided to resume sittings on June 5 after a break of one and half months.
Some lawmakers stated that the parliament administration has notified them that the second tenure sittings will commence on June 5 at 10:30 a.m.
The first tenure was concluded 18 days ago on May 16 which had sparked differences in opinion among the lawmakers. Some parliamentarians claim that the break was given unlawfully with only 14 sittings held since the commencement of parliament sessions for the first tenure of this year on February 6.
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