Nairobi, Jan. 26 -- The Supreme Court has declined to review its ruling that allowed the National Assembly to exclude the Senate when making laws, which do not affect or concern counties pending the determination of an appeal.

The five-judge bench dismissed a request by the Senators to review its decision to turn down a proposal to suspend implementation of a Court of Appeal's judgement that allowed the exclusion of Senators by MPs.

The disputed judgment, which irked Senators, declared that not all Bills tabled at the National Assembly require to be referred to the Senate.

"It has not been demonstrated by the Senate that the disputed ruling was obtained by fraud or deceit, is a nullity, or that the court was misled into giving its ruli...