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Senate rejects Buhari’s Electoral Act

THE Senate has vehemently jettisoned  President Muhammdu Buhari’s Bill seeking to amend the Electoral Act, 2022.

The Bill titled: “A Bill for an Act to amend the Electoral Act 2022 and for related matters, 2022,” was overwhelming rejected by Senators, a development that effectively stopped its second reading.

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The Bill was thrown out on Wednesday during plenary 

Recall that the Bill had on Tuesday  scaled first reading despite a court order stopping the Senate from acting on it.

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The  President of the Senate, Senator  Ahmad Lawan had challenged the Court order saying that the Judiciary cannot in any circumstances stop the Legislature from performing its constitutional duties. 

Prior to the commencement of consideration of the Bill on Wednesday, Senator Adamu Aliero, APC, Kebbi while citing order 52(5) of the Senate Standing Rules, urged the  President of the Sebate  to throw away the proposed action on the Bill.

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