Building Bridges Initiative had suffered a blow initially after a 5-judge bench said the amendment bill was null and void and hence it could not proceed to referendum. Attorney-General Kihara Kariuki had filed for an appeal immediately after the ruling.
It further gave a direction to all parties involved that they should serve their written submissions to the filed application by Thursday this week.
"The court will give a ruling based on the written materials placed before it by email on Wednesday, May 26," the court ruled as quoted by the media house.
In the case AG wanted the High Court to stay the implementation of judgment that was issued on Thursday last week that stopped the process of changing the Constitution through BBI.
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