Under the new Constitutional dispensation, communication between the Assembly and the Senate and the Assembly and the Executive is executed through messages. Under Standing Order 38 (1), a message from the County Assembly to the Senate must be in writing and be signed by the Speaker.
The Clerk of the County Assembly is responsible for transmitting a message from the County Assembly to the Clerk of the Senate and receives messages from the Senate. The Clerk delivers to the Speaker a message received from the Senate at the first available opportunity after receipt and in any event not later than the next day not being a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday.
If a message is received from the Senate, at a time when the County Assembly is in session, the Speaker reports the message to the County Assembly at the first convenient opportunity after its receipt and in any event not later than the next sitting day.
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