By John Ekongo
The second session of the Children’s Parliament ended last week Friday. The young MPs deliberated on various issues affecting them. Forty-two learners, three from each region and three junior councillors from the City of Windhoek, constituted the Assembly. During the three-day event the MPs introduced a range of motions, such as motions on arts and culture, child labour, and a motion on the appointment of social counsellors at schools.