The Third Session of the Twelfth National Assembly that adjourned sine die will resume its sitting on Tuesday 18th June, 2019.

Clerk of the National Assembly Cecilia Mbewe said the house that adjourned on Tuesday 2nd April 2019 will resume sitting in June.

The house will deliberate on a number of issues emanating from the last siting and the recently dissolved National Dialogue Forum.

Other bills include the Income Tax (Amendment) Bill of 2019 which passed its first reading in the last session.

Parliament is also expected to consider the resolutions from the recently dissolved National Dialogue Forum such as the adopted principle for formation of coalition government where the candidates fail to reach the 50% plus one threshold.

The NDF which comprised 400 delegates concluded with the adoption of three bills to do with Constitutional and Institutional reforms, separation of powers, Judicial reforms, civility in politics and the Public Order Act and other submissions that came from the Church which were key milestones and expected to be availed to parliament.

But from everlasting to everlasting the Lord’s love is with those who fear him, and his righteousness with their children’s children— with those who keep his covenant and remember to obey his precepts.