POLICE will be out in full force today to ensure the parliament session is free from trouble, The National reports.
NCD-Central commander Fred Sheekiot yesterday said police had received information there were "certain groups of people who want to disrupt parliament sitting today".
He said the government must carry on its business in parliament as usual.
NCD metropolitan commander Supt Joseph Tondop said no member of the public, including non-governmental organisations (NGOs) "are permitted in the vicinity of parliament without good reason".
"We will not tolerate any NGO groups who hold rallies in the vicinity of parliament," Tondop said.