Kibaki stops MPs from watering down poll law

President Mwai Kibaki

President Kibaki has rejected a controversial Bill that would have allowed MPs to change parties without losing their seats.The President also gave politicians without university education, including at least 80 MPs, a reprieve when he rejected the Bill requiring that those seeking elective positions in the Senate and Parliament must have degrees.

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VP embarks on US tour

Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka kicked off his tour of the US Saturday, by addressing Kenyans in Boston where he declared that he was seeking the presidency in order to unite the country, lead the fight against corruption and expand the economy to create wealth.

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Public-private partnership Bill tabled in Parliament

A Bill that seeks to make it easier for the private sector to participate in government projects was tabled in Parliament last week.

The Public Private Partnership Bill 2012, tabled by Finance minister Mr Njeru Githae if passed, will see establishment of a committee to oversee the partnerships.

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