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CORD postpones tomorrow’s referendum draft bill launch


The coalition of reforms and democracy CORD has postponed the launch of the referendum draft bill that was to take place tomorrow at the Bomas of Kenya.

The event was to be officiated by the three CORD Principals, members of the national assembly, members of county assemblies, governors, memebers of the civil society, students organizations and the country’s labour and teachers unions.

The bill, which has been drafted by CORD’s committee of expert led by lawyer Paul Mwangi, seeks to strengthen devolution among other items lined up for the plebestice.

Sources closer to the coalition indicate the postponment was occasioned by the ongoing campaigns for the Kajiado by election as well as revelations that the jubilee alliance want to scuttle the push by disbanding the IEBC immediately after it has recieved the draft bill but before certifying the one million referendum signatures.


Written by Kahawa Tungu


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