The Appointments Committee of Parliament is expected to present its report on the Chief Justice nominee, Sophia Akuffo to parliament later today.
This follows last Friday’s public vetting by the committee that lasted for five hours.
The report will be considered by the plenary after which a decision on her approval will be taken by the House.
Although parliament does not sit on Monday’s, today’s session was agreed upon to enable MPs consider the nomination of the Chief Justice quickly.
Article 144 (1) of the 1992 Constitution provides that “the Chief Justice shall be appointed by the President, acting in consultation with the Council of State and with the approval of Parliament.
Her appointment will be sealed following the approval by the plenary session today.