Wamatangi, has revealed why the Two Third Gender Bill flopped in Parliament on
proposed law should not have flopped had the Government read the mood of the
country and shelved tabling of the much-publicised Bill.
“I do not think the time was right to introduce this Bill.”
“There has been a lot of complaints that the legislature is
overloaded affecting the wage bill.”
saying,” he said.
leaders in the opposition had appealed to MPs in their respective parties to
vote for the gender parity Bill which seeks to increase the number of women in
during the vote, a move that forced Leader of Majority in Parliament, Aden
Duale, to seek its deferment over a quorum hitch.
The Kenyan DAILY POST