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Duale-Jubilee now supports calls for reforms

This would lead to constitutional changes.

Church leaders on Wednesday called for the expansion of the executive to include a Prime Minister, two deputies and an office for the opposition leader.

National Super Alliance coalition laid down a plan to change the constitution to reform the executive.

National Assembly Majority leader Aden Duale said that they can only support, “A parliamentary process and any amendments to the constitution that is in the interest of 45 million Kenyans. We cannot change the law to award jobs to a few political elite.”

Duale agreed that Kenyans are free to come up with proposals on how to address issues dividing the country.

He however warned against making changes that would only give power to some individuals.

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