Private sector executives have petitioned Parliament to amend a number of laws that have continued to hinder business transactions in the country and the region.
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa) wants the 12th Parliament to fast-track the enactment of crucial Bills that the private sector has been pushing for and which have been pending.
“Some of the laws that are in need of fast-tracking include the Energy Bill. To ensure the legislation process takes a shorter time, the private sector asks for increased collaboration and good relations between both Houses (the Senate and the National Assembly),” Rita Kavashe, the Kepsa vice chairperson said at an induction of MPs held in Nairobi on Wednesday. Read more. Source | Business Daily