ElOG calls for peratinalisation of dormant constitutional laws

The Elections Observation Group (Elog) has said, the country needs a legal framework that agitates for referendum.The law as it is today does not explain how such popular initiatives should be carried out.Mr Brian Weke, the ELOG chairman, yesterday said they were suspecting political mischief given that laws have not been developed since 2010 when the constitution was promulgated.He said that the institutions charged with the responsibility of coming up with the said legal framework such as the electoral body, Attorney-General’s office, Justice and Legal Affairs Committee of Parliament should start the process to make Article 257 of the constitution operational.

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