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The Clerk of the Senate

The Clerk of the Senate is the administrative and procedural head of the Senate and oversees the day-to-day operations and affairs of the Senate. The Clerk of the Senate as provided for in Article 128 of the Constitution is also the Secretary to the Parliamentary Service Commission and Chief Executive Officer of the Parliamentary Service. The Clerk’s roles and responsibilities are further expounded in the Part 3.

The Senate Speaker