The members of the 7th Parliament are expected to return to the House at 10 am today, December 14.
The legislators are resuming the third meeting of the fourth session of the seventh parliament.
This is under the orders of the Speaker Professor Mike Oquaye “in accordance with Order 6 of the Standing Orders of Parliament.
One of the faces many will be looking out for is Andrew Asiamah Amoako the Member of Parliament for Fomena.
It is not quite clear if Mr Amoako will be allowed to sit as his seat was declared vacant by the Speaker of Parliament, Prof Aaron Mike Oquaye before the 2020 election.
Mr Asiamah was the former occupant of the Fomena parliamentary seat but lost his berth following his decision to contest for re-election as an independent candidate after he lost the New Patriotic Party primary.
He polled 12,805 votes to win last Monday’s Fomena Parliamentary Election.
Mr Asiamah defeated the NPP candidate Mr Philip Ofori-Asante who got 10,798 votes and the NDC candidate Christina Ama Ranson B. who had 2,608 votes. Another candidate Eric Appiagyei had 158 votes.
With NPP having 137 seats and the NDC with 136 seats it will be interesting to know which side of the house Mr Asiamah will align himself with.
Parliament had gone on break on November 6 to prepare for the 2020 general elections.
However, at least 108 current MPs will not be returning to the 8th Parliament when formed.