Parliamentary Service Commission

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The Parliamentary Service Commission of Kenya is an Independent government Commission established under the Constitution of Kenya to ensure smooth functioning of the National Assembly of Kenya.

Roles[edit]

The commission's roles include:[1]

  • Providing services and facilities to ensure the efficient and effective running of Parliament
  • constituting offices in the parliamentary service, and appointing and supervising office holders;
  • preparing annual estimates of expenditure of the parliamentary service and submitting them to the National Assembly for approval, and exercising budgetary control over the service;
  • undertaking, singly or jointly with other relevant organisations, programmes to promote the ideals of parliamentary democracy; and
  • performing functions necessary for the well-being of the members and staff of Parliament

Membership[edit]

The Members of the Commission for the Eleventh Parliament are as follows:[2]

  • The Hon. Justin Muturi, Speaker (Chair)
  • The Hon. Beth Mugo, M.P. (Vice Chair)
  • The Hon. Adan Keynan, M.P.
  • The Hon. Jimmy Angwenyi, M.P.
  • The Hon. David Musila, M.P.
  • The Hon. Sammy Leshore, M.P.
  • The Hon. Gladys Wanga,M.P
  • The Hon. Regina Chengorok, M.P.
  • Mr J. M. Nyegenye - Clerk of the Senate(Secretary)

References[edit]

Parliament of Kenya. "Parliamentary Service Commission". 

External links[edit]

  • [1] 'Official Site'