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Today`s Headlines June 10th 2013.docx

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Published by: Transparency International Kenya on Jun 10, 2013
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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta not to assent to the Division of RevenueBill 2013 that will deny county governments Sh48 billion.
 (Pg 5)The Common Legal Representative of Victims at ICC says his team is investigating the authenticity of a letter indicating their withdrawal from cases facing President Kenyatta and his deputy, Mr William Ruto.
 (Pg 9)
MPs have begun investigations into the procurement of multi-billion electronic poll equipment that collapsed on theelection day.
 (Pg 9)
The going gets tough for parliamentary journalists at the National Assembly this week following a decision to denythem access the House restaurant.
 (Pg 11)MPs who have been paid more than the Sh531,500 provided for in law will have to account for the money, theSalaries and Remuneration Commission warned on Sunday.
 (Pg 12)
Reports that red flags raised by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission could have led to the dropping of somenominees for the post of Principal Secretary provide a ray of hope in the war against corruption.
Workers and residents of the only oil refinery in East Africa have threatened to move to court to block the intendedgovernment plan to close down the plant
President Uhuru Kenyatta has introduced changes in the management of State affairs that differs radically from thoseof his predecessors, including his father.
Following the March 4 general election outcome and the subsequent Supreme Court ruling upholding Uhuru
Kenyatta’s win, life has changed for former Prime Minister Raila Odinga, includin
g loss of trappings of power.
Time is running out for the National Assembly to strike a deal with the salaries commission and a meeting on thesame is scheduled for this week.

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