CORD MPs, senators vow to snub Parliament’s special session
06 October 2014, 08:17
Nairobi - A section of MPs and senators allied to CORD have vowed to boycott a special Parliament sitting that was called by President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Speaking at a rally in Nairobi on Sunday, the leaders said they would not attend the sitting that will be addressed by President Kenyatta on Monday afternoon because they do not know the agenda of the said meeting.
They said they President would not be talking about a national matter, hence the snub, The Standard reports.
President Uhuru Kenyatta will on Monday address Members of Parliament and Senators at a special sitting in Parliament Buildings.
Also read: Uhuru to address MPs, Senators before traveling to The Hague
President Kenyatta summoned all MPs and the Senators for a joint-sitting before making his trip to The Hague, to attend a status conference of his case at the International Criminal Court.
National Assembly Speaker, Justin Muturi confirmed that he had received a letter from State House calling MPs to the meeting, although the details of the President’s speech were not revealed.
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