Speaker Muturi Hosts His Tanzanian Counterpart    

Speaker Muturi Hosts His Tanzanian Counterpart

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The Speaker of the National Assembly Hon. Justin Muturi, earlier today hosted the Speaker of the United Republic of Tanzania, Hon.Job Ndogai and Members of the Parliamentary Service Commission of the Parliament of Tanzania, in his Parliament Building Office.. The visiting Speaker and the Commission Members Hons. Rev. Peter Mbigwa, Salim Turky, and Mary Chatanda , are in the country on a study tour on the operations of the Parliament of Kenya, the mandate of Kenya's Parliamentary Service Commission in regards to the welfare of MPs and staff of Parliament,…

The National Assembly  resumes sittings after a one month recess.    

The National Assembly resumes sittings after a one month recess.

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The National Assembly  resumes sittings after a one month recess. This is the last sitting for the 11th parliament ahead of the next general elections slated for August 8, 2017. Members are expected to hold sittings for the next one month until June 15,2017 when the House is expected to adjourn Sine Die (indefinitely). The Senate on the other hand will resume on June 13 and sit for three days until June 15, 2017 before adjourning indefinitely. Prioritized business for the National Assembly until June 15 include: 1. The Finance…

Walk the Talk on Humanitarian Support, Ethuro tells Developed Nations    

Walk the Talk on Humanitarian Support, Ethuro tells Developed Nations

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DHAKA, Bangladesh - 3 April, 2017. Global action on the drought and famine situation received a major boost yesterday when a proposal for Emergency Motion on Urgent international action to save millions of people from famine and drought in parts of Africa and Yemen was adopted for debate at the Assembly of the Inter-parliamentary Union (IPU) currently taking place in Dhaka, Bangladesh that brings together about 700 legislators from 132 countries.The motion sponsored by Kenya, Belgium and United Kingdom was backed by The Africa Group and the 12 Plus Group…

THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY PRIORITIZES KEY BUSINESS AHEAD OF ELECTIONS    

THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY PRIORITIZES KEY BUSINESS AHEAD OF ELECTIONS

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In view of the short time remaining before the next General Elections, the House Business Committee of the National Assembly has prioritised to conclude the following -1. Approval of the Budget Estimates for the Financial Year 2017/2018 and the Medium Term.2. The Division of Revenue Bill, 2017 and the CountyAllocation of Revenue Bill, 2017.3. Consideration all Election-Related Regulations, including-(i) The proposed Elections (Technology) Regulations, 2017;(ii) The proposed Elections (Voter Registration) (Amendment) Regulations, 2017;(iii) The proposed Elections (General Regulations) (Amendment) Regulations, 2017;(iv) The proposed Elections (Voter Education) Regulations, 2017;(v) The proposed…

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