•Kulundu was accused by the IEBC of insubordination and aiding the operations of the four commissioners who disputed the presidential results declaration terming them "opaque”.
Police on Monday were forced to fire tear gas at Azimio supporters.
The supporters were accompanying the coalition MPs who were marching to IEBC headquarters to petition the electoral agency over the interdiction of Deputy CEO Ruth Kulundu.
Last week, the electoral agency interdicted Kulundu in a heightened crackdown on internal mutiny.
This comes days after Azimio leader Raila Odinga and opposition luminaries vowed to fight against what they termed a scheme to “victimise” a section of IEBC staff.
A petition by the Farmers Party was submitted to Parliament to kick out commissioners Justus Abonyo, Irene Cherop and Francis Wanderi.
Raila said they will not allow IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati and commissioner CEO Hussein Marjan to target some of the staff who were accused of aiding rebellion within the commission.
Despite the Azimio protests, Kulundu, who was Marjan's deputy, was sent packing as the commission moved to contain internal rebellion and restore order.
Kulundu was accused by the IEBC of insubordination and aiding the operations of the four commissioners who disputed the presidential results declaration terming them "opaque”.