Parliament speakers were on Monday October 12, 2020 served with vacate notices by the Law Society of Kenya.

LSK President Nelson Havi led protests demanding that legislators vacate Parliament Buildings over Chief Justice David Maraga’s dissolution advisory.

Havi and United Green Movement’s Jonathan Mueke went to the speaker’s boardroom to serve vacate notices.

The ‘Occupy Parliament’ movement is a push by the LSK to force President Uhuru Kenyatta to dissolve Parliament as advised by Maraga on September 21 over its failure to implement the two-thirds gender rule.

LSK said parliamentarians ceased to exercise their legislative powers on behalf of Kenyans.

The society’s members were however blocked from occupying Parliament.

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