Kenyan citizens are being invited by Parliament to submit their memoranda on the concluded Trade Agreement with the United Kingdom.
In a public notice issued on Wednesday, National Assembly Clerk Micheal Sialai subjected the economic partnership agreement (EPA) to public participation ahead of its consideration by the House.
The matter has been committed to the Departmental Committee on Trade, Industry and Cooperative is expected to anchor the new trade pact into law.
The UK is among Kenya’s major trading partners worth £1.4 billion in 2019.
Top goods imports to the UK from Kenya last year were in tea, coffee and spices (£121 million); vegetables (£79 million); and live trees and plants, mostly flowers (£54 million).
The UK market accounts for 43% of total exports of vegetables from Kenya as well as at least 9% of cut flowers, and this agreement will support Kenyans working in these sectors by maintaining tariff-free market access to the UK.