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Justice Fatuma: Difficulty in the constitution amendment could lead to rise of revolutionary tactics.

Kenyans today are glued on their television sets following up proceedings in the Court of Appeal on the Building Bridges Initiative constitution amendment bill case pending it's final determination. This is after the high court ruled that the bill was unconditional, null and void.

Justice Tuiyott has been the first judge uphold the High court's ruling on the electoral body IEBC's quorum in the practice of verification of the signatures in the bid to have a construction amendment initiated.

On the other hand, Lady Justice Hon Fatuma has outlined her opinion on the much publicized BBI case. She has cited that the constitution itself anticipated the need to have amendments thus providing outlined framework should the need arise.

In the same depth, she additionally stated that the constitution amendment process should not be difficult since might lead to other revolutionary tactics to effect the changes arise citing cases in the aborted government coup back in 1982.

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