Governors disown referendum push
16 August 2013, 07:53
Nairobi - Raila Odinga's calls for a constitution referendum to change the presidential election system, has been disowned by the governors who termed the move not being beneficial to devolution.
Speaking to Capital News, Isaac Ruto the Chairman of the Council of Governors said the governors remain steadfast in their quest for an amendment in the Constitution that will give more powers to the Senate because it was weakly anchored in the Constitution.
Ruto went on to reiterate that opposition's idea of a fresh referendum had nothing to do with the county leaders’ push for constitutional review to grant more powers to Senators.
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