|The first week of the 15 most critical days for the Papandreou government begins Tuesday with the Ministerial meeting of EU finance the participation of Mr. Papaconstantinou.|
The house committee may have cleared for approval the names of the 3 nominees for approval by the National Assembly, but it is clear that the underlying political currents may not be over, especially on the nomination of the Director of Public Prosecutions. Earlier in the day, a section of MPs allied to Eldoret North MP William Ruto came to support the nomination of Keriako Tobiko for the DPP job, claiming there was a plan by a section of politicians from ODM to have Tobiko replaced. But the question is, why has the position of DPP attracted so much interest? Hussein Mohamed puts matters into perspective.