Nairobi – Parliament now wants the Public Service Commission (PSC) reformed to pave way for a structured process of vetting public officers, Capital News reports.
There is an urgent need to have the PSC reconstituted so as to streamline the manner in which public interviews are conducted and preserve institutional memory.
According to Constitution Implementation Oversight Committee (CIOC) Chairman Abdikadir Mohammed, institutional memory would help ensure that the constitutional requirements on gender, ethnicity, religion and region were observed in totality after the appointments.
Mohammed added that it would also help them know which regions were not favoured by the appointments last time and vice versa.
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