(Audio & Videos) Opposition MPs drown out Rohee

-gov’t urges stronger action after Trotman adjournment

Speaker Raphael Trotman prematurely adjourned yesterday’s sitting of the National Assembly after opposition members refused to allow Home Affairs Minister Clement Rohee to speak in keeping with a no confidence motion passed against him, even as government accused them of trying to save face through bullyism.

Opposition chants of “Rohee must go” and “Rohee can’t speak” and desk thumping greeted the minister as he stood for the second reading of the Firearms Amendment Bill 2012, shortly after Trotman ruled that he could  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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