Resolve Electoral law impasse amicably Narc Kenya’s Martha Karua urges

Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has called for dialogue in resolving electoral law dispute/FILE PHOTO

BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,7TH JAN,2017-Narc Kenya Leader Martha Karua has called for dialogue to resolve the electoral laws impasse pitting the Opposition against and the government ahead of the General Election slated for August.

According to Karua, the disagreement over the reintroduction of a manual backup system must be resolved with all political players seated at the table.

Speaking after opening A Narc Kenya office in Runyenjes Town, Embu County, Karua said that, despite dissenting views, leaders can still come to a consensus.

“In 1997 we had a similar impasse where the Opposition desired change while the government resisted. To avoid colliding, the two camps joined hands and formed inter-parties parliamentary group and passed laws for the sake of the country regardless of one’s party,” added Karua

The Narc Kenya leader, who is eying the Kirinyaga Gubernatorial seat, says her party will ensure all its members promote peace ahead of the August polls.



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