Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi has recalled Members of the National Assembly for a special sitting on Wednesday next week.
The special meeting was approved at the request of the majority leader Amos Kimunya, according to Muturi in a letter to all members.
“Pursuant to the provisions of Standing Order 29(1) relating to Special Sitting of the House, I have received and acceded to a request from the Leader of the Majority Party to hold Special Sittings of the National Assembly on 13th July 2022,” a part of the notice read.
The Huduma Bill 2021, the County Governments Additional Allocations Bill 2022, and the Ratification of the Defence Cooperation Agreement between the Governments of Kenya and the Republic of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland will all be discussed by the members of the National Assembly.
Now, therefore, it is hereby notified to all Members of the National Assembly and the general public that Wednesday, 13th July 2022 has been appointed as a day for Special Sittings of the National Assembly. The Sittings will be held in the National Assembly Chamber, Main Parliament Buildings, Nairobi, commencing at 10.00 am and at 2.30 pm (Morning and Afternoon sittings, respectively,” Muturi stated.
He added that any urgent messages from the President, National Executive, or Senate would be addressed by the members.
On June 9, the National Assembly adjourned indefinitely in preparation for the general election scheduled for August 9. This marked the end of the 12th parliament.