Kenyan MPs Recalled For A Special Sitting

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Kenyan lawmakers have been recalled from leave for a special sitting slated for December 8, 2022.

In a notice, National Assembly speaker Moses Wetangula said that issues to be discussed on that day include notification of a special motion to approve the nominees for appointment to the Commission of Revenue Allocation (CRA) and conveyance of urgent messages from the Executive or the Senate.

Others are the first reading of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous amendments Bill) 2022, consideration of a report from the delegated legislation committee, and approval of NGCDF committee members for various constituencies.

"It is hereby notified to all the members of the National Assembly and the general public that December 8 has been appointed as the day for the special sittings. The sittings will be held at the main parliament buildings commencing 10 am and 2:30 pm," says part of the notice.

The legislators adjourned on December 2 for a two-month-long Christmas Holiday. They are expected to resume their duties in February 2023.

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