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Mr Munuvre told BDlive at the Electoral Commission of South Africa’s (IEC’s) results operations centre on Thursday that: “If the executive are not MPs it means that they are open to criticism from all parties in Parliament, whether the MPs are members of the ruling or opposition parties.”

He and five other fellow Kenyan MPs are in South Africa observing national and provincial elections.

The IEC is still counting votes from Wednesday’s polls.

MrMunuvre says the relevance of Parliament’s oversight function rests on the separation of powers between the legislative and executive arms of government.

Available: http://www.bdlive.co.za/national/politics/2014/05/09/ministers-shouldnt-be-mps-says-kenyan-mp 

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