The President Of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta has signed today a political ammendment bill of political parties 2021 after it was passed by both house, National Assembly and Senate. The main contents of the political bill 2021 incorporates the following Changes that might take place immediately before August 9th General elections.
•Aspirants who participate in primaries once they lose, they can't join other parties or independent
•A coalition will also be a party on its own. Parties in coalitions may decide to go alone or field a common candidates
•You must be a member of a political party for you to participate in nominations of a coalition party (if any).
•By February 9, those intending to run for political seats must be members of particular parties.
However, without bias or any intimidation,Congratulations to the Azimio la Umoja allied senators for passing the Political Parties Amendment bill. The Azimio team scooped 28 votes While team UDA scored 3 votes
The Senate experienced a very calm and political maturith since we experienced no drama, chaos , acrimony and throwing of tantrums like it happened with the MPS in the national assembly.The Political Parties Ammendments Bill was gazetted yesterday and President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed the bill to become the electoral law
Currently as it's stands, if you are an aspirant and you fail to win on the Nominations; it's a game over no independent Candidate anymore.
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