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Parliament approves new Appeals Court Judges

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Parliament of Sierra Leone is the legislative branch of the government of Sierra Leone. It is principally responsible for making laws. The Sierra Leone parliament consists of 146 members, of which 132 members are directly elected from across Sierra Leone’s 16 Districts. The Parliament is led by the Speaker. The current Speaker of Parliament is Abass Bundu (SLPP). The current elected 132 Ordinary members of parliament are composed of members of the All People’s Congress, the Sierra Leone People’s Party which are the two largest political parties in Sierra Leone plus two other parties, the National Grand Coalition and the Coalition for Change and finally, three Independent members who were not elected under any party.

Parliament of Sierra Leone is the legislative branch of the government of Sierra Leone. It is principally responsible for making laws. The Sierra Leone parliament consists of 146 members, of which 132 members are directly elected from across Sierra Leone’s 16 Districts. The Parliament is led by the Speaker. The current Speaker of Parliament is Abass Bundu (SLPP). The current elected 132 Ordinary members of parliament are composed of members of the All People’s Congress, the Sierra Leone People’s Party which are the two largest political parties in Sierra Leone plus two other parties, the National Grand Coalition and the Coalition for Change and finally, three Independent members who were not elected under any party.

Parliament of Sierra Leone is the legislative branch of the government of Sierra Leone. It is principally responsible for making laws. The Sierra Leone parliament consists of 146 members, of which 132 members are directly elected from across Sierra Leone’s 16 Districts. The Parliament is led by the Speaker. The current Speaker of Parliament is Abass Bundu (SLPP). The current elected 132 Ordinary members of parliament are composed of members of the All People’s Congress, the Sierra Leone People’s Party which are the two largest political parties in Sierra Leone plus two other parties, the National Grand Coalition and the Coalition for Change and finally, three Independent members who were not elected under any party.

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