Aden Bare Duale

Parties & Coalitions


15th June 1967


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Aden Bare Duale

Leader of Majority in the National Assembly 2013-2020

All parliamentary appearances

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  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I second. I also urge the people of Kenya that on 9th August, 2022, they elect governors who will not steal their money. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, I am happy that I followed the procedure. Today is the last day of the 12th Parliament but I have serious constitutional issues to raise on the Huduma Namba Bill, 2021. So, the Speaker of the 13th Parliament... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: I am talking to Hon. Speaker. He can guide me and even tell me that there is no business. So, Hon. Amos Kimunya, relax. Hon. Speaker, I want to go on record and allow you to give me an opportunity to table my document for future reference on why the Huduma Namba Bill is unconstitutional. It wants to finish the people of northern Kenya. It is against the Muslims. It is against many people and we must oppose it. I am happy that it has died. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman. I beg to move: THAT, Clause 5 of the Bill be amended by inserting the following new subsection immediately after subsection (5) – (5A) A person who, immediately before the commencement of this Act, held the office of Commissioner General, member of the Board or Commissioner shall continue to hold office only for the unexpired period of their term. This amendment is intended to limit the term of the current Commissioner-General of the Kenya Revenue Service, if the House agrees with me, and the members of the board. This means that they shall continue ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: I beg to move and ask the Chair of the Budget and Appropriations Committee to support this. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. At the outset, I want to thank you for having worked with me in the 11th and 12th Parliament. I also want to thank the Clerk of the National Assembly, various directors in all our directorates, the able and competent staff of the National Assembly; my colleagues from all shades of political persuasions in this House; Hon. Amos Kimunya, who took over from me; the Leader of the Minority Party, whom I worked with in this Parliament and the previous Parliament; my colleagues in the Pastoralists Parliamentary Group, who gave me an opportunity to be their ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: leaders from humble backgrounds, Hon. William Ruto. The Deputy President, Hon. William Ruto, whom I am with in the fourth party - United Democratic Alliance (UDA). I want to thank all the leaders, including Hon. Raila Odinga and His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta whom I have worked with for seven years. In one way or the other, they contributed to my political career. Despite parting ways, I have a lot of respect for the President of the Republic of Kenya, many staff, many Ministers and Permanent Secretaries I have worked with. Today I am making my last speech in the ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: Garissa Township, JP): Hon. Temporary Deputy Chairman, the gist of the matter is that we must state it in law that by transiting from the Kenya Revenue Authority to the Kenya Revenue Service, the current Commissioner-General and the board do not take it as a fresh start. The Commissioner-General and the board can say that this is a different entity, and so they are starting afresh. Let us put it clearly. We are law makers. Transitional and consequential amendments are very critical and fundamental in drafting of laws. There is a current Commissioner-General, and a board. So, it is like ... view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: transitional and consequential one in terms of drafting laws for this House. I have been around with Hon. Kimunya. view
  • 9 Jun 2022 in National Assembly: This is the last day of the 12th Parliament and I want to close my parliamentary business with this amendment, so, it will go to vote. I want to ask those who are saying ‘only’ and ‘shall’ a very moral fundamental question. I am securing the current contract of the Commissioner-General of KRA in my amendment. Why are you anticipating? When his term expires, he will be subjected to a performance contract by the new board. Hon. Kimunya, I was the first Leader of the Majority Party and I served for seven-and-a- half years. When a Member is talking, I ... view


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