NDP Will Not Attend Parliament Today

There are no indications as to whether the opposition members will attend parliament today.

The party did not submit any questions for oral answers, even though opposition leader, Arnhim Eustace, was on radio Monday placing a number of questions to the government which he says he wants answers for.

Following the December elections, the NDP made claims that the elections were stolen saying that the present ULP administration is an illegitimate one and that it will not recognize it.

The seven elected NDP parliamentarians and the two selected opposition senators have not been in parliament since they took the oath of office.