Rotich on spending spree despite need for austerity - Daily Nation
In Summary
  • The new budget-making law requires a breakdown of expenditure to accompany every line in what is known as programme-based budgeting.
  • The Presidency will be a beneficiary of what is seen as an end to austerity measures started five years ago, following a 26 per cent increase in its budget this year.
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In Summary
  • The new budget-making law requires a breakdown of expenditure to accompany every line in what is known as programme-based budgeting.
  • The Presidency will be a beneficiary of what is seen as an end to austerity measures started five years ago, following a 26 per cent increase in its budget this year.
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In Summary
  • The new budget-making law requires a breakdown of expenditure to accompany every line in what is known as programme-based budgeting.
  • The Presidency will be a beneficiary of what is seen as an end to austerity measures started five years ago, following a 26 per cent increase in its budget this year.
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