WINDHOEK: The proceedings of the National Assembly were on Tuesday cancelled due to a lack of quorum.
The National Assembly adjourned until Tuesday next week after the Parliamentarians who had shown up waited for about an hour, hoping to form a quorum.
According to the Namibian Constitution, a quorum of 37 voting members is needed to constitute a meeting of the National Assembly.
National Assembly sessions for Wednesday and Thursday last week were also cancelled because of a State visit by Togolese President Faure Gnassingbe.
Gnassingbe was in Namibia from Wednesday to Friday last week.