$6000 salary for MPs

$6000 salary for MPs
Published: 19 September 2018 (412 Views)
The Members of parliament have reportedly put forward a proposed MP salary of $6000 per month.

The parliament has 210 members of parliaments and this calculates that there will be a parliamentary wage of $2. 1 million a month.

Yesterday, the parliament held the it's first 9th session of parliament.

Opposition party legislators yesterday reportedly left the parliament when the president was delivering his opening speech of the 9th session of parliament.

Zimbabwe is currently facing serious financial crisis and the economy is already on its knees.

- Byo24News

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