This edition of the IPPR’s Perspectives on Parliament bulletin looks at the impact COVID-19 has had on parliament, asks what has happened to the Access to Information bill, and reviews the recent controversy over genocide reparations. Perspectives on Parliament is part of IPPR’s Democracy Report project which is funded by the Embassy of Finland.
This Perspectives on Parliament bulletin takes a look at what was achieved in 2018 including short reviews of the various laws that were passed.
In this edition of Perspectives on Parliament, we take a look at what the National Assembly achieved in 2017. This includes an in-depth discussions of a selection of important bills, as well as a brief description of every bill that passed the house.
Terms, people, and processes involved are made clear in this explainer.
Read all tabled bills here
For a few years now, IPPR has worked on a project called Democracy Report that focuses on the work of Parliament, analysing the bills that are in front of the house and explaining them to Namibians. This year the project enters a new phase, and so changes are coming to how we do things. Of course, […]