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Uhuru-Raila MPs Plan To Revive BBI, Name 52 BBI Clauses That Will Be Passed Through Parliament

News Hub Creator 08/23/2021

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Members of Parliament allied to both President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga are expected to revive the constitutional changes push through the Parliament this week.

it has been established that the move is after the Court of Appeal ruling on Friday that declared the BBI illegal hence forcing the Pro-BBI legislators to pick up 52 clauses within the report which does not require a referendum to effect.

Key among proposals which the Members of Parliament want to Pass through the parliament include increasing the number of constituencies from 290 to 360. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

Protection of 26 Constituencies that didn't meet the population criteria in 2012. Nomination of Presidential Candidates and their running mates to parliament after General elections.

Elected legislators in counties and National government be made members of the cabinet. Increase of the allocation to counties to be at least 35 percent of National revenue.

Creation of the Ward Development Fund. To take five percent of the total development budget in counties. Seven-year tax break to the youth and creation of a Youth Commission.

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