Parliament Makes a Major Move After Raila Sent Them a Message on BBI
By MinuteNews | self meida writer
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Yesterday, Raila Odinga issued a statement after meeting top leaders of ODM party. The former premier urged Parliament to fast track the BBI process, which has stalled in the hands of Joint Parliamentary Committee on BBI for a moment now.
And now, Parliament may call for special sitting to debate on the constitutional change through BBI. The Mps have laid the ground for the report to received the report from the Joint Committee.
And now National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi, has ordered the clerk of National Assembly to make arrangements for virtual meetings for the committees.
Muturi added that members of the committee are tasked with attending the virtual meetings from their offices within Parliment buildings.
There had been also reports that there was disagreements between allies of Uhuru and Raila, over delegation of the 70 additional constituencies proposed by BBI. Raila's statement yesterday however, revealed that all was well with the two Handshake brothers.
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