As the Law Society of Kenya moves to reject President William Ruto's most recent attempt to modify the constitution, the president has now received terrible news while still abroad, in the United States, where he had been for the US-Africa Leaders Summit.
President Eric Theuri of the Law Society of Kenya, LSK, has moved to reject President William Ruto's attempt to modify the constitution through the parliament. LSK contends that President William Ruto's decision to have the proposed reforms approved by referendum instead of through parliament is a violation of the Building Bridges Initiative's (BBI) ruling.
The office of the head of the opposition, as proposed by President William Ruto, violates with the nation's institutionalized system of separation of powers, according to LSK, who continues to call it unrealistic.
Raila Odinga, the head of the opposition, has also opposed the president's attempt to change the constitution.
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