The Senate Advert-hoc Committee on the Assessment of the 1999 Structure has prolonged the date for submission of memoranda by two weeks, interesting to the general public to submit memoranda between now and September twenty fifth 2020.
A press release issued by the Workplace of the Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, who can also be the committee’s chairman signifies that memoranda will now proceed to be obtained till Friday, twenty fifth September this yr.
Earlier deadline for submission of memoranda was Friday, September 11, 2020.
Giving additional explanations, the Workplace acknowledged that the extension of deadline would accommodate those that requested for extra time to carry their memoranda ahead.
The request for extension of deadline was permitted as a part of measures to additional strengthen the structure assessment course of and widen alternatives for extra teams and people to be concerned.
“As acknowledged earlier, all proposals or memoranda are to be submitted to the Secretariat of the Committee in Room 0.28, Senate New Wing on the Nationwide Meeting Advanced. Abuja.
“Submissions can be made electronically by way of the Committee Secretariat’s WHATSAPP LINES 08033109357 / 08097522601, and e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Most people, Govt and Judicial our bodies, Civil Society Organizations, skilled our bodies and different curiosity teams are anticipated to submit memoranda or proposals for additional alteration(s) of the 1999 Structure (as amended) in direction of selling good governance and welfare of all individuals in our nation on the rules of freedom,” famous an earlier assertion issued on the matter.
The assertion additional clarified that the memoranda being anticipated ought to deal with any of the next 13 thematic areas: gender equality for ladies and women; federal construction and energy devolution; native authorities and its autonomy; public income, fiscal federation and income allocation; Nigerian Police and Nigerian safety structure in addition to complete judicial reforms.
Different are: electoral reforms; socio-economic and cultural rights as contained in Chapter 2 of the Structure; strengthening the Independence of oversight establishments and companies created by the structure or pursuant to an act of the Nationwide Meeting; residency and indigene provisions; immunity; Nationwide Meeting and state creation.