Former Member of Parliament for Adentan Yaw Buaben Asamoa says it will be needless for government to probe the invasion of the military in Parliament.
Mr Asamoa speaking in an interview on the Happy Morning Show said the country should focus on working on laws that will deal with what should happen when there is no clear majority and other related matters.
He therefore brushed off the calls to set up a Committee to probe the issue.
“It is better for the Speaker and the President to sit down to find a way to improve on these types of occurrences than opening up an investigation to punish someone. How long will we look into this occurrence? These investigations do not help us grow.
“If we will grow as a country, all the things that happened, we have to look at the way forward. Four years will come again and there will be a need for electing a Speaker. The arrangements must be made now. Since the constitution was instituted, it has never happened that we don’t have a clear majority. So we need to make new laws surrounding this”.
Some security personnel numbering about 20 on Thursday stormed Parliament following several commotions recorded in the Parliament since the inauguration processes for the 8th parliament commenced.
The military and police officers who were heavily armed and clad in full regalia marched unto the floor of the Parliament to restore calm after some opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) MPs, for the fourth time, disrupted the electoral process of a new Speaker for the House.