By Our Reporter
MPs who found of absenting themselves from Parliamentary business have been advised to resign because they have betrayed the people who gave them mandate to represent them in Parliament.
The government Chief Whip Justine Kasule Lumumba in an interview with journalists at Parliament on Wednesday said that it’s sad to see that the House of 375 Legislatures is sometimes empty when they were elected to perform Constitutional duties.
Mrs Kasule also warned members who always come with the purpose of registering in both plenary and committee and move away.
She noted that MPs must be exemplary .
On Tuesday the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga was forced to adjourn the House prematurely after failing to have a quorum that is required to take a decision because less than 50 MPs were present out 375 which could not make two thirds that was required by law.
Of 375 MPs in the 9th parliament, only 45 attended Tuesday’s plenary.