The Building Bridges Initiative got a lifeline after being passed by over 24 counties, which is a requirement for any constitutional reform to be met if it has go to the next stage.The document now is currently in Parliament, where Mps are deliberating on it.
According to the reports, the National Assembly and Senate joint committee have failed to agree on BBI, whose report was to be tabled next week on Tuesday after completing public participation last week.
A source which could not be named revealed that the members of the committee has told the chair of Joint Assembly Commitee on BBI, Senator Omogeni of Nyamira County to plead for more time from the speakers of both houses to deal with the issues.
The source also revealed that they will want around three weeks to finalize on the BBI document, since they don't want do mistakes.The source added that care need to be taken since it will be the first time the constitution is being changed through popular vote.
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