Hon. Drick said the government is studying the resolutions and procedures used by the parliament to dismiss the finance minister.
“It is suppressing the state government that the state assembly members took their decision to unilaterally dismiss the finance minister without the knowledge of the state government. This decision is questionable,” said the government spokesperson.
According to the spokesperson, the finance minister was sick and she sent in her medical form to the speaker but the parliamentarians ignored it.
Hon. Drick warned politicians against personal interest and accused the parliament of not using its code of business.
Ms Rizik becomes the first senior state government official to be dismissed by the state parliament.