EALA members disagree on number of working days
Members of the East African Legislative Assembly have disagreed on the number of days sittings can be held to deliberate on matters of the region. Members from Tanzania and Burundi
are pushing to have the days the regional assembly can sit to be reduced from 21 working days to 14 days per sitting. Meanwhile, members from Tanzania and Burundi failed in their bid to block the passing of the 97.6 million US dollar the budget for the East African Community (EAC), after the Uganda, Kenya Rwanda and South Sudan overwhelmingly supported the budget estimates.