Senate speaker Amason Kingi and his national assembly counterpart Moses Wetangula are among the members of parking that attended the Commonwealth Conference happening in Canberra, Australia this week. The conference which is the 26th is being hosted by the Australian parliament. It is being attended by speakers and presiding officers of the Commonwealth.
The leaders on Thursday touched on various topics which include work processes, leadership and procedures. There are many more topics that have been planned for the conference among them the Covid 19 pandemic which saw the world suffer for the last two years.
Kingi and Wetangula left the country for Australia earlier this week to attend the opening of the conference on Wednesday. After the opening they were treated to a meal co-hosted by a the leadership of the Australian parliament. The two leaders are expected to bring home skills that will help them run the senate and parliament effectively. Follow the page for more news updates daily.
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