Also sought by the petitioners is an order barring IEBC from accepting nomination or election of any candidate accused of committing serious offences under the international law or Kenyan law, until they are cleared.
In addition, they want a declaration that allowing the two to vie for president was a threat to the Constitution.
Further, they want the court to determine whether presumption of innocence in favour of Uhuru and Ruto overrides public interest to ensure protection and upholding the principles of the Constitution.
Also being sought for is a declaration that presumption of innocence of the two does not override public interest.
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