The Building Bridges Initiative Bill Joint Secretariat has now made press release after majority of the National Assembly and the Senate of Kenya members endorsed and passed the proposed Constituitional Ammendment Bill, 2020.
"67% of all MPs on the National Assembly voted on favour of the BBI Constituitional Ammendment Bill 2020 while 78% of all Senators endorsed the Bill. We applaud the honourable Members for affirming the will of the people and reflecting that will in their overwhelming endorsement," stated MP Junet.
The lawmaker added that they salute all those who participated in the whole process until it attained its success saying that it's now heading to the final stage where the the Bill shall land in the hands of the people through Referendum.
"We salute believers in the BBI process as it now approaches the final and most fundamental stage, a national Referendum," added the legislator.
Details of the Building Bridges Initiative Bill Joint Secretariat are found in the document below:
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