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Presidency: How losers can get back to House

16 November 2012, 11:14

Nairobi - The Standard reports that, losers of the race for State House have found a shortcut back to Parliament following a court ruling they are eligible for consideration for nomination by their parties.

This means all the Cabinet ministers and Members of Parliament have a chance to escape the humiliation of being consigned to political oblivion once defeated since the Law already blocks them from assuming party positions after elections.

The Constitution also barred them from holding  Cabinet Secretary posts if elected MPs.

- For more details visit the Standard

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