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MPs may earn less in new grade

19 December 2012, 09:15

Nairobi - Members of Parliament could earn less next year than what they are getting today if an ongoing exercise by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission to determine the value of State job holders comes to that conclusion.

The Standard reports that in a departure from the past practice where Parliament fixed their own pay, as well as determined pay for other public jobs, this time round, the SRC will take charge.

The Akiwumi Commission had made proposals for MPs’ pay, but SRC will now determine new pay structure for all State officers, including new offices such as those of governors.

- For more visit The Standard

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