Lawmakers Finally Gain Access To NASS Complex

Channels Television  
Updated August 7, 2018
Lawmakers inside the National Assembly complex


Senators and members of the House of Representatives have finally gained entry into the National Assembly Complex.

The lawmakers were initially denied entry into the premises after security officials stormed NASS.

The masked security operatives and officials of the Department of State Services (DSS) arrived at the premises very early on Tuesday morning barricading the entrance to the complex.

The lawmakers who are now inside the Senate chamber are unable to enter their offices as it is currently locked.

One of the Senators, Ben Bruce told Channels Television via telephone that “They cannot access the Senate Chamber and their offices”.

He said no National Assembly Staff has been allowed entry into the complex to open the offices of the Senators and the Senate Chamber.

The lawmakers are sitting infront of the chambers despite the barricade.