Parliament has proceeded on a two-month break to allow members to focus on constituency business and celebrate the forthcoming Christmas holidays. National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi however told the MPs that they may be recalled during the break to consider crucial bills. The two Houses of Parliament have dozens of pending bills, motions and questions that are yet to be concluded, now posing a risk that some of the crucial bills may be lost in the transition towards next year’s general election. The members of the National Assembly used the final day of the current session to secure bills and statements that risked being lost. Speaker Muturi called on the members to extend the life of some 25 bills that were read the first time in the year 2020, and also extended the life of statements sought in the current session.