(KDRTV)-President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM party leader Raila Odinga are expected to meet pro-BBI MPs in Naivasha to seek consensus.
The MPs from both the Senate and National Assembly have met in Naivasha to discuss to scrutinize the content of the Building Bridge Initiative (BBI) report.
KDRTV understands that the meeting is focused on affording the participants with a detailed comprehension of the contents of the report ahead of it being discussed in parliament
Despite the calls for consensus and debate, a section of Kenyans has complained about some proposals of the reports, especially the suggestion on the senatorial positions.
The truce deal between the president and the ODM party leaders could help BBI to proceed to a referendum after the collection of one million signature.
A section of MPs in the retreat said that they have critically analyzed the issues about Ward Development Fund, the 35 percent allocation to counties, and matters regarding women and persons with disabilities.
However, the lawmakers also added that constitution-making is a complicated process that not everyone can agree with.
KANU`s Gideon Moi and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula are among the attendees
Previously, National Assembly Amos Kimunya warns against locking out DP Ruto allies.
“This is a consultative meeting meant to fine-tune the recommendations of the BBI task force and all parties have been involved.
“This is just one of the many meetings that we are going to hold and we shall definitely invite all the parties,” he said.
The BBI report has recently established a critical discourse in the political arena.
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