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Big Blow To Judiciary After These Details Emerge

According to MP Bangkok, he has informed that the Judiciary has been wrong of involvement in corruption including that the MPs are planning to recall them to explain how they spent the money they had been allocated

The nominated Member of Parliament has informed that failure for the Judiciary to appear before the Parliament, then they should be ready to face a dry spell extending that they will not allocate extra dollars to the institution.

"The judiciary is not an exception, they have to show up earlier than parliament and answer allegations of corruption and inform us how they spent the money we allotted them failure to which we will now not allocate more funds," MP Sankok has said.

Bangkok's announcement comes after the latest complaint from the National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi criticizing the judiciary for now not honoring summons.

Speaker Muturi has knowledgeable that the Judiciary should be conscious that the Parliament has the mandate to oversight all palms of authorities extending that,

"By failing to show up deliberately, they ought to now not blame Parliament for making whatever recommendations. Parliament would additionally be at liberty to among others withhold funding to any auditee that consistently shows that they don’t want to account for the public resources," Muturi said.


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