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Parliament resumes amid rising insecurity

20 November 2012, 13:31

Nairobi - Parliament resumes its business on Tuesday afternoon for its final lap ahead of next year’s General Election, amid growing insecurity that is viewed as a potential threat to the polls.

According to The Standard reports, the House will sit until December 20 when it will adjourn indefinitely, but it will however, be dissolved on January 14 when the legislators’ term will expire.

The House has several Bills to tackle within the next one month, some of them with a bearing to the impeding elections, including the Campaign Financing Bill.

- For more visit The Standard 

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