Duale cautions MPs over appetite to impeach CSs
SEE ALSO :Gender bill flops again, a fourth time“I have nothing personal against the MP but he is out of order. For one to moot an impeachment motion, he or she must state the grounds and present them to the office of the clerk for consideration and approval,” explained Mr Duale. Append signatures The Garissa Township MP said once the matter was approved, the MP would attach a blank paper and leave it at the Parliamentary reception, where colleagues would append signatures if they supported the motion. “You don’t need to walk around parliamentary corridors, bar, cafeteria and the media centre to solicit signatures and issue press statements on the matter to state your position,” said Duale, who spoke during the graduation ceremony of 387 research assistants for MPs and personal assistants trained by Parliament. Duale, who was representing Mr Muturi, urged officials to advise legislators on House procedures and practice. Mr Barasa said he had garnered 102 signatures but has yet to share the contents of the motion or the list of MPs backing his bid
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