Nyachae says Cord calls for protests over electoral laws could bring political anarchy

Former CIC chairman Charles Nyachae speaks to journalists in Kisii on December 23, 2016. He termed calls by the opposition for mass action over the contentious amendment of electoral laws as cowardice and urged them to use Parliament to resolve the stalemate. PHOTO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Nyachae termed the calls for street demonstrations on January 4, 2017 as misplaced.
  • He said efforts to improve IEBC rest with parliament and not negotiations.
  • He said there is nothing wrong about IEBC using a manual system so long as it is insulated from manipulation.
  • Nyachae termed claims that Jubilee is planning to rig the coming elections as "fake narrative".

Former Chairman of the defunct Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) Charles Nyachae has slammed the opposition for their call to mass protests over the amendment of electoral laws by the National Assembly.


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