The Majority Chief Whip Frank Annor Dompreh has stated that adventures in the 8th Parliament are creating the floors for military intervention.
The 8th Parliament has been indicated by disarray over main decisions.
Among additional things, the MP told Fawe FM in Nsawam that “but where we are heading towards, we the MPs are putting the stage for something like this [Military intervention ] to transpire. It is very sad”.
Expressing unease over the nature of debates in the House, the Nsawam -Adoagyir MP noted: “Where we are now in fact, look, if we members of Parliament do not advise ourselves, should something occur, all of us will be affected. And if you look at our history, anytime there has been this military intervention, Parliament stands disbanded first. So that has affected Parliament.
“Parliament is not very vital. So we want to build Parliamentary democracy but because of military interventions it is not very strong”.
The MP accused a group he calls ” the Hawks” among the Minority Caucus of the gridlock and misinterpretation in the 8th Parliament.
He said the Hawks are some Minority MPs strongly linked to former President Mahama who has been booting against understandings arrived with minority leadership via consultations.
“There are some individuals among the minority Caucus known as hawks. They are on the central bench. They are very close to their flagbearer to be. They act as a liaison. These hawks kick against decisions of their leadership”.