The finance act remains suspended for implementation after justice Mugure Thande dismissed a case filed by the state to lift the conservatory orders on the bill on 10 July .
The court said that the government did not give enough reasons to the judge to allow lifting of the conservatory orders on the bill.
The orders were issued out last week after a case was filed by senator Okiyah Omtata and Rarienda MP Otiende Omollo saying the bill had some aspects which were against the constitution.
Treasury cabinet secretary Ndungu in his response said the conservatory orders poses a challenge that would lead to a budgetary crisis to the nation . He said that the government was loosing over ksh 500 million daily as taxes since the imposition of the conservatory orders.
The orders were extended until the determination of the cases filed by the two members of Parliament.
Justice Thande further said that she would hand over the file to the Chief Justice Martha Koome who would form a three judge bench to hear and determine the case.