Irungu Kang'ata

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Irungu Kang'ata

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  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Madam Deputy Speaker, I have sought permission to speak on that issue which I know that Senior Counsel, Sen. Omogeni, will speak on because most lawyers do what we call ‘Running down matters’ The electronic version of the Senate Hansard Report is for information purposesonly. A certified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor, Senate. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: As you are aware, there are many insurance companies that underwrite third party motor vehicle insurance companies, which are now collapsing. As a result, various clients who had taken out policies with them cannot obtain redress. However, the parties that represent those parties in court are also suffering. This is an issue that I would have opposed--- view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Madam Deputy Speaker, I would have proposed that the Statement be taken to the Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs because it raises fundamental issues of law. I would have really liked to hear the views of other lawyers who sit on that Committee. That is a problem that not only affects M/S Trident. I know several other companies which are facing distress and that is going to have an impact on the legal profession. I thank you. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Thank you, Madam Deputy Speaker. My attention has been drawn by the discussion concerning the expected strike on Monday by various medical officers including doctors and nurses. The electronic version of the Senate Hansard Report is for information purposesonly. A certified version of this Report can be obtained from the Hansard Editor, Senate. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: I wish to inform this House and the Republic that the Government is doing everything to forestall the strike. Most importantly, I urge our doctors and nurses to take into account that the work they do involves matters of life and death. Even if they need better protection and better pay, they must also take into account the current fiscal situation that is in the Republic. It is true that under the Constitution there is--- view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Madam Deputy Speaker, it is my personal opinion. I strongly believe that the strike on Monday ought not to happen, not because they are not raising pertinent issues but the very fact that there is every likelihood that lives will be lost and we are in the middle of a pandemic. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Mr. Temporary Speaker, Sir, I beg to move the following Motion: THAT, pursuant to Standing Order No. 31 (3) (a), the Senate resolves to extend its Sitting until the conclusion of business listed as in Order No.19 in today’s Order Paper. The reasons are simple. There are two key Motions that we need to dispense with today. The first one is on the Presidential Speech to the Parliament. It needs to be concluded. There were several Senators who wanted to speak on that Motion. Therefore, we need to allow them to converse and make their point. Mr. Temporary Speaker, Sir, ... view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Mr. Temporary Speaker, Sir, if I heard you right, I think the way you have crafted your prayer, it appears like it does not rhyme with my actual Motion. This is because if I have heard the Chair right, he seems to suggest that it is after we have dispensed with all business appearing on the Order Paper, whereas mine is specific to Order No.19. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: Mr. Temporary Speaker, Sir, pursuant to Standing Order No.52(2), I hereby present to the Senate the following status of business before the House. As you are aware, today is the last Sitting Day, pursuant to the Senate Calendar adopted on Thursday, 27th February, 2020 and recently altered on Wednesday, 11th November, 2020, pursuant to Standing Order 29. view
  • 1 Dec 2020 in Senate: At the rise of the Senate today, the Senate will proceed on recess until Tuesday, 9th February, 2021. With respect to the business of the Senate, the Senate had published a total of 94 Bills. Out of these Bills, 14 were assented to and 34 were pending consideration by the National Assembly most of which were deemed to be money Bills. view