The Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria has expressed concern over the continued delay in the presentation of the nominees into the National Assembly Service Commission.
The body is saddled with the responsibility of regulating the National Assembly bureaucracy.
PASAN had gone on strike last December demanding among others, the inauguration of the commission .
PASAN Chairman , Musa Bature, told journalists on Monday , noted that the constitution of the board was long overdue .
He said , “ The legislators have done their part by sending the list to Mr. President for his approval but till date nothing has been received .
“ As you are aware nothing can be done except he approves the list to enable us have a new board .
“ If you remember during our protest , it was one of the demands we made before we called off the strike. ”
The National Assembly had in December according to extant laws forwarded to the president the list of the members of the commission .
The president according to tradition was expected to forward the names back to the National Assembly.
In the absence of the commission , the civil service bureaucracy in the National Assembly has operated without supervision spurning claims of indiscriminate actions by some of the bureaucrats in the legislative branch of the Federal Government .