(1) A member of a county assembly shall—
(a) Maintain close contact with the electorate and consult them on issues before or under discussion in the county assembly.
(b) Present views, opinions and proposals of the electorate to the county assembly.
(c) Attend sessions of the county assembly and its committees.
(d) Provide a linkage between the county assembly and the electorate on public service delivery.
(e) Extend professional knowledge, experience or specialised knowledge to any issue for discussion in the county assembly.