A section of Jubilee and NASA MPs have vowed to defy the will of their party leaders President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga on the proposed 50 percent reduction on VAT levied on petroleum products.
The MPs who attended separate parliamentary gatherings held at orange house and state house said they were obliged to follow the will of the people who are already overtaxed. The lawmakers who left their respective groupings to receive the president’s memorandum on finance bill, 2018 in the national assembly appeared to contradict the stand of their party leaders.
The legislators say they have decided to side with mwananchi as they vowed to shoot down the president’s reservations come Thursday. The MPs maintain the president can suspend some of his big 4 agenda projects and scale down on others as part of austerity measures. At least 233 MPs are required to overturn the president’s veto on the finance bill and ensure a zero rating on petroleum products for at least two years. buy Super P-Force, erythrox. zithromax without prescription buy cialis tadacip in netherlands. site officiel viagra. .