Kenyan thirdway alliance party leader proposes constitutional amendments on presidential term limits and parliamentary elections

By FELIX OLICK, 28 February
Thirdway Alliance leader Ekuru Aukot (photo credit: John Chesoli)
Thirdway Alliance leader Ekuru Aukot (photo credit: John Chesoli)
Thirdway Alliance party has drafted radical proposals to amend the Constitution that will be presented to the IEBC on Thursday in what may send the country to an early referendum. The party proposes to alter at least nine of the 18 chapters in the Constitution, with far-reaching amendments on chapter eight, the legislature. If IEBC gives the nod to the one million signatures that would be presented by the Ekuro Aukot led-party, Kenya would head to the ballot even as other political players present their views to the Building Bridges Initiative. Other chapters that the Aukot team proposes to amend include devolution, the executive, public finance, bill of rights, leadership and integrity, representation of the people as well as commissions and independent offices.
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