ORPP hosts parties’ Secretaries General for compliance ‘clinic’

The ORPP convened a clinic with Secretaries General (SGs) to reveal and discuss compliance status particular to fully registered Political Party. While opening the session, Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu called on SGs and relevant party organs to take every measure to address non- compliant areas.

“The Office continues to engage parties through such clinics to inform of the gaps that must be strictly addressed in line with the law. This clinic will help assess the progress made”, said the Registrar.

Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu in her address during the Political Parties Secretaries Generals Compliance Clinic on 6th June, 2024 in Naivasha.

Compliance Director, Daniel Kinuthia noted, the need to bridge any breach within set timelines particular to the party as part of accountability to their constituents or members.

Key issues to enhance overall compliance such as legal reform, automating their services, constant updates on changes, and continuous training to varied organs were recommended.

The Office holds compliance clinics for fully registered political parties to help support the parties to actualize their statutory purpose on a regular basis.


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