The People’s Assembly motion NASA is using to crush Jubilee

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Raila Odinga after he was unveiled as the Opposition Presidential candidate for the August 8 General Election in Uhuru Park on April 27. PHOTO: JACK OWUOR/THE STAR

On Tuesday, November 7, The National Super Alliance sent a motion to 19 Opposition controlled counties meant to formulate the People’s Assembly.

Siaya County Assembly wasted no time and became the first county to pass the motion in its totality on Wednesday, November 8.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta holds the certificate of president-elect of the Republic of Kenya after IEBC announcement at Bomas of Kenya in Nairobi, October 30, 2017. PHOTO: REUTERS

Among other things, the Opposition wants the August 8 and the October 26 presidential polls declared null and void as it advances its disobedience of the Uhuru Kenyatta presidency.

Zipo.co.ke has now come across the exact motion that Nasa plans to use to pursue its goals top among them an election in February 2018.

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Here is;

1. That The presidential elections held on August 8, 2017 and October 26 were all invalid, null and void and no government formed and or president declared as a consequence thereof can have constitutional authority or legitimacy to govern.

2. A People’s Assembly be formed to discuss and determine the affairs of the country and recommend a pathway towards and for the achievement of the promise, aspirations, objectives and rights and freedoms provided by the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

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3. The House and its membership will participate in the proceedings of the People’s Assembly and will constitute a special college for the appointment or election of members, delegations and observers to the People’s Assembly.

4. That a truly independent electoral and boundaries commission be established with a view of holding a fresh presidential election on or before February 9, 2018.

5. That the action and performance of constitutional commissions including the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, the National Police Service, the National Intelligence Service, the Public Service Commission, the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and the National Cohesion and Integration Commission be reviewed with the purpose of ensuring that the said commissions are independent.

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6. That appropriate measures be undertaken to safeguard and promote devolution and the organs and instruments of devolution including county assemblies and county governments.

7. That a review of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 be undertaken to reform the structure of the Executive and Parliament and devolution and to reinforce concrete measures for the promotion of inclusivity among other issues.