The spring sitting of the Legislative Assembly begins Tuesday.
The Speaker will be elected as the first order of business, followed by the Throne Speech.
Premier Wall says the government is working on the legislative agenda for this spring’s session, and the provincial budget which will be released on June 1.
The NDP in Saskatchewan say they are ready to get to work in the spring sitting of the legislature.
Health care is one major issue which the opposition will be raising.
Interim leader Trent Wotherspoon says education is also big concern for the NDP right now.
The Sask Party intends to continue it’s work to grow the economy and create more jobs in the province.
Deputy Premier Don McMorris says they have a lot of work planned for the sitting.
McMorris says one piece of legislature they will introduce will pertain to the conversion of some liquor stores from public to private owned.
Fifty-one Saskatchewan Party members and 10 Opposition New Democrats took the oath of office in the assembly Monday in two separate ceremonies.
Premier Brad Wall told the M-L-As they need to remember it’s a privilege to serve.