Bipartisan talks resume at Bomas: top priority issues are…

Bipartisan talks resume at Bomas: top priority issues are…

After a week-long recess, the National Dialogue Committee is back at the Bomas of Kenya for the bipartisan talks.

The committee co-chairperson Kalonzo Musyoka says the talks took a break to allow members to participate in the Africa Climate Change Summit.

“We are back to Bomas of Kenya following a week long recess allowing members of the National Dialogue Committee to participate in the landmark African Climate Action Summit.

“We also received Memorandums from various organisations that have been keenly following the progress of the Bipartisan talks,” Kalonzo said in a statement on Monday, September 11.

National Dialogue Committee co-Chairperson Kalonzo Musyoka and Embu Governor Cecily Mbarire at the Bomas of Kenya as bipartisan talks resume. Kalonzo is leading the opposition – Azimio-One Kenya Coalition – side while National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah is leading the Kenya Kwanza side.

Issues to be discussed

On September 1 before the break, the committee had agreed on the order of priority of the issues to be tackled.

They were; electoral justice and related matters; outstanding constitutional matters; fidelity to political parties/coalitions, and law on multiparty democracy; entrenching funds into the Constitution; and, establishment and entrenchment of State Offices.

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