Erick Mutinda: IEBC ISNT EGALITARIAN

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Erick Mutinda
Erick Mutinda PHOTO/COURTESY

The  coalition for reforms and democracy has been vocal on their demand for the removal of IEBC with their leaders hitting hard on the government to give the yelp an ear and even threatening to resume their normal protest if the government would not have started proceed on the said dialogue.

The coalition members said they wont relent in their push to have the independent electron and boundary commission out of office led by their principal  hon Raila odinga who on his word said that his coalition wont sit and watch their enemies sharpen daggers to harm them

This is despite president  Uhuru kenyatta much talk that despite of how many ramattization by the opposition wont bear any fruits because they need to channel their issues through right bodies mandated by the constitution sighting that he has no power to dissolve the commision

But the coalition of reforms and democracy still louds that  goverment can act to the issue if it wants to giving an example that the goverment disbanded the ethics and anti corruption commision before its work was a matter of intrest in their coat before they sort to restructure it.

Cord co principal who yesterday accepted a courtesy call by the president still argue

*urgue that the president should put much emphases to the demand cautioning that they would not participate in the   next general election if the commission isn’t restructed claims that has raised eyebrows with the Iebc chair claiming that the wont play victim to the politican game saying they are innocent and the wont resign because of some politican interests.

With the Madaraka day’s president and deputy president speech that was a  leak of some sign of the wanting not to part of the dialogue louding that the constitution  should be followed to the latter thus creating rhetorics that only time can answer.

With the todays madaraka day president and deputy president speech that was a  leak of some sign of the wanting not to part of the dialogue louding that the constitution  should be followed to the latter thus creating rhetorics that only time can answer