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Moses Kuria Calls for Constitutional Transition Ahead of President Uhuru Exit

Gatundu South Member of Parliament Hon Moses Kuria has called for a constitutional amendment ahead of President Uhuru's exit from power protecting August polls aspirants from risking their jobs got campaigns.

According to Moss Kuria, he has informed that there is a need to have changes in the law that forces public servants to resign first from their jobs before seeking elective positions alleging that it is not good at all.

Moses Kuria has informed that what proposed that aspirants should not resign to vie for political seats extending that they should be given a leave by employers to contest after which if they lose they continue with their livelihood while those who have been successfully elected take a step of resigning.

"Anyone in the private and public sector should get leave of duty to enable them to vie. If they win they resign. If they lose they go back to their jobs," Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has said.

The remarks follow the Court order issued by the Employment and Labour Relations Court Judge Monica Mbaru after an application by Julius Wainaina wanting the section of the Elections Act 34(6) providing for civil servants' mandatory resignation to be suspended.

The matter is set for a hearing on January 24, 15 days to the February 9 deadline for public officers to resign if they intend to contest in this year's general elections.

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