The country’s newest National Assembly member, Ephraim Nekongo is mincing no words, saying repealing retrogressive laws, including the removal of the redline, and making progressive ones, will enjoy his heightened attention. Nekongo, who was appointed a member of parliament by President Hage Geingob on Monday, replacing former public enterprises minister, Leon Jooste, will however have just a little over two years to achieve this, with the current parliamentary term ending in March 2025.
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