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New Twist As President Uhuru Signs Controversial Parties Bill

Kenya's August 2022 elections is approaching faster. Political bigwigs are busy with their campaigns looking for endorsement and betterment from different regions of the country. Different political alliances are currently being formed ahead of the highly awaited polls. Despite DP Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga being seen as the front runner's, their are other politicians who will prove their fate's.

President Uhuru Kenyatta signed the Political Parties (Amendment) Bill 2021 into law on Thursday, January 27.

The President signed the contentious bill just a day after the Senate voted unanimously in favour of it on Wednesday, January 26.

The bill was initially passed by the National Assembly in a chaotic and violent manner, with the house adjourning several times.

The new law modifies the Political Parties Act of 2011 by introducing the concept of coalition political parties, outlining political party functions, and changing the criteria for accessing the Political Parties Fund.

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