The President of the Law Society of Kenya, Nelson Havi, has confirmed that they have served the Speakers and Clerks of National Assembly and Senate with a notice to occupy Parliament Buildings on Monday afternoon.
The move is the latest push by the LSK to have President Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve the Parliament as advised by Chief Justice David Maraga on September 21.
Maraga issued the advisory to the president after the parliament failed to implement the 2/3 gender rule.
LSK has also copied the notice to Inspector General of Police to provide the necessary security and facilitation into the Parliament Buildings on Monday at 2.30 pm.
“Please make arrangements to host the representatives who will not be 20 in number,” LSK notice reads.
UGM also argues that the High Court case by the Executive seeking to stop the president from sending the Mps home is an attempt to subvert the constitutional order to ensure politicians are not held accountable.
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