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House numbers drop as campaigns heat up

05 December 2012, 15:24

Nairobi -  Daily Nation reports the number of MPs attending parliamentary sessions has dropped with most legislators' eyes trained on coalition building ahead of next year's elections.

With 40 days to the end of Parliament’s term and a large number seeking other elective offices- governors, senators and president- the number of MPs in the House has dipped dramatically.

There were 13 MPs in the House at 10.30 am on Wednesday as they passed into law two Bills for assent by the President.

- For more details visit Daily Nation


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