The East African Community and Kenya in particular, today celebrated a great milestone as Speakers and their representatives from the regional legislatures met in Nairobi to witness the launch of the East African Parliamentary Institute.
Parliamentary Caucus now seeks Collaboration with AU and other Regional Bodies in the Fight Against Graft
A top Continental Parliamentary Caucus Against Corruption has called for collaboration with relevant organizations particularly the African Union, to leverage on issues of accountability, transparency, integrity and good democratic governance.
The Council of Governors (COG) in collaboration with the Senate and other stakeholders is scheduled to hold its 6th Annual Devolution Conference in Kirinyaga County - Kirinyaga University from March 4th -8th, 2019. The Conference will bring together key players and stakeholders to reflect on the devolution journeys and milestones achieved over the last five years and chart a way forward on how to make devolution successful.
Kenya and the Republic of Serbia have today marked a new chapter in the history of their Parliamentary Diplomacy, by signing a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at establishing bilateral cooperation between their Legislatures.
REFERRAL BY H.E. THE PRESIDENT OF THE HEALTH LAWS (AMENDMENT) BILL, 201
Parliament has resumed this afternoon with both Houses sitting after the long recess that started on December 6, 2018. Both Houses had only one agenda on the Order paper. In the National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale moved a motion seeking to add seven new members into the House Business Committee that is charged with formulating business for the House. He was seconded by Minority Leader John Mbadi. The seven are in addition to those designated as members of the committee by virtue of their leadership positions in the House.