The Minister of Public Service and Labour, Anastase Murekezi, is today expected to re-appear before the chamber of Deputies as a follow up to a 2008 reort by the Public Service Commission.
The Minister had previously appeared before Parliament over the same issue, but Members of Parliament rejected his responses claiming that the Speaker and her two deputies (the Bureau) had misguided him on information the MPs needed from him.
According to MPs, the House had come up with a list of questions regarding several setbacks within the commission and sent them to the Minister through the parliamentary Bureau.
However, the minister was only given a list of questions concerning policies of the Public Sector.
The lawmakers claimed that the questions they submitted during the October 20 session were not the ones that were forwarded to the minister by the Bureau.