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How Azimio Might End Being Recognised Majority In National Assembly Even If UDM Triggers Exit Clause

All said and done on battle for majority in National Assembly between Azimio- One Kenya coalition and Kenya Kwanza coalition of parties, Raila Odinga side is now set to benefit as majority in National Assembly even if United Democratic Movement triggers exit clause.


Information hitting the airwaves, political parties of registrar Insists that Azimio- One Kenya is majority in NA despite the recent defection of members affiliate parties among them UDM, Muungano party and Alfred Mutua's Maendeleo Chap Chap.

Talking to Nation today, insider working in Registrar Of Political parties office informed that the only course for the UDM party to break ties with Azimio is through a legal exit clause which is in pre election agreement signed in 26 parties agreement document.

Following the route, United Democratic Movement will have to wait for a period of three months, 90days after the elections to trigger. This move would see Azimio recognised as the majority side.


However UDM MP for Lunga lunga Mr Mangale Chiforomodo has moved to the Court to challenge restrictive timeline. According to them waiting for three month to withdraw from Azimio is incompatible with the Constituency. The party led by Mandera Senator Ali Roba has about 8 Members of Parliament.


Both Kenya Kwanza camp and Azimio have been claiming to enjoy majority in the National Assembly with speaker Moses Wetangula expected to make determination in next sitting.


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