The parliament showed massive division over the fate of IEBC commisioners driving Speaker Justin Muturi to concede banters over the reports to this week in order to make a decision.
The decision could simply trigger a discussion about crafted by different House advisory groups given the rising pattern of reports either being rejected or watered down before being embraced.
Does it mean the boards of trustees don’t comprehend their command or utilize their councils for political scores, or the MPs are so much tangled they can’t receive a report prosecuting senior State officers?
The guard dog board led by Opiyo Wandayi (Ugunja) refered to the delicate clashes at the commission just as swelling and control of obtainment materials in the keep running up to 2017 General Elections as their explanations behind suggesting expulsion of the magistrates.
In any case, Article 251 of the Constitution expresses that a magistrate must be expelled from office through a request to the National Assembly on grounds of repudiation of Chapter Six, physical or mental inadequacy, ineptitude and insolvency.
Majority Leader Aden Duale drove the MPs in contradicting the report, expressing that the proposals were against the arrangements of the law accordingly passing them would be similar to expelling the chiefs through the indirect access.