Edward Kisiang'ani has dropped yet another bombshell about the probability of the court of appeal to stay the High Court orders, this is following the great legal move by arrtoney general Kihara Kariuki withdrawal of his earlier application of stay order in high court.Picture for illustrative purpose.
Can the Court of Appeal stay the High Court orders to:
1) fault Parliament and the Executive for doing the work of IEBC?
2) to fault the Executive and Parliament for taking over the popular initiative?
3) Fault IEBC and Parliament for not ensuring a referendum law is enacted?Picture for illustrative purpose.
This bold tweet attracted lots of reactions where different Kenyans gave different views and opinions as captured below.
*High court have jurisdiction to hear cases touching on constitution,but not the final on their determination.
*Prof, let us wait for the court of Appeal verdict. I don't understand why Tanga Tanga are more disturbed than the BBI team.
*I don't know how to react on that. Anyway it wouldn't add anything to my life.
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