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Taking Parliament to the People

The Parliamentary Service Commission has this year participated in the 116th Mombasa International Agricultural Society of Kenya Show themed “Promoting Innovation and Technology in Agriculture and Trade”  

Senate holds Inaugural Plenary Sittings in Kitui County Assembly

As the Senate convened for its first sitting in the Kitui County Assembly under what’s been dubbed ‘Senate Mashinani’, the Speaker of the Senate, Rt Hon Kenneth Lusaka, while presiding over the plenary, termed the initiative an innovative way of bringing the Senate closer to the people both functionally and symbolically.

Senate Sittings in Kitui County, 16th to 20th September, 2019

Pursuant to Article 126(1) that states that a sitting of either House may be held at any place within Kenya and may commence at any time that the House appoints, the Senate on 13th June, 2019, resolved that the Senate holds its plenary and committee sittings in Kitui County from 16th to 20th September, 2019.  The resolution to hold a sitting of the Senate outside Nairobi was made with the following specific

Remuneration Of Members Of Parliament – Demystifying The Facts

The Parliamentary Service Commission has today addressed a press conference over the remuneration of members of parliament by setting the record straight over the ongoing debate that has seen the public misinformed by a section of the media. The Commission Vice Chair Dr Naomi Shaban who represented the Chairman and National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi who is out of the country on official duty addressed the media in the company of other Commissioners. They included Hon Adan Keynan, Hon Aaron Cheruiyot, Sen.