Just when we thought the misbehavior by honorable members was over, another fight erupted a few moments ago.
The Kipipiri Member of Parliament who is also the majority leader in the House sponsored the said Bill.
During today’s session, the session speaker Hon. Jessica Mbalu had to intervene after MPs started attacking Hon. Kimunya.
The session speaker directed the Sergeant at Arms to protect the Leader of Majority so that he moves his Amendments.
The house adopted Hon. Kimunya’s amendments and now political parties have until April 2022 to present their coalition agreements.
The documents are to be submitted to the registrar of political parties.
Hon. Kimunya’s Amendments propose that all political parties present their coalition agreements to the Registrar of Political Parties four months before the general elections.
The House had earlier rejected Hon. Duale’s proposal to have political parties present their coalition agreements six months before elections.
We all hope that this bill is debated and a consensus reached peacefully.
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