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Parliament Resumes

By | Sep 28th 2010 | 1 min read

Parliament reconvenes tomorrow for a crucial session that will determine the pace and commitment of implementing the new constitution. Three bills are lined up for debate but mps are divided on the matter with a section of them accusing the cabinet of usurping the role of the independent commission on implementation of the new constitution. But as Ktn’s Emmanuel Talam reports MPS risk being sent home if they delay in implementing the new constitution.

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