The Azimio and Kenya Kwanza camps have agreed on preliminary list of issues for discussion at the bipartisan talks.
Speaking after a day-long meeting at Bomas of Kenya, the Bipartsan Dialogue Committee co-chair and Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo listed five issues from the Azimio side.
"In the context of it, we have discussed the question of time. You will remember that we in Azimio had given a timeframe of 30 days, our colleagues in Kenya Kwanza had given a timeframe of 90 days. We have agreed to constrain that timeframe to 60 days. But within those 60 days, we have agreed that the more urgent issues will need to have been dealt with within 30 days," said Otiende.
Co-chair and Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale enumerated the Kenya Kwanza camp has also listed its preliminary list of issues.
On the issue of Jubilee party, Otiende said the matter will be dealt with differently.
"We received a letter from Jubilee party protesting the removal of Adan Keynan and indicating that they need that matter addressed and gave notice that they shall be going to court. We agreed that the question of constitution of respective teams is not for this team to discuss. That is for the Parliamentary Group and the respective coalitions.
In any event we took the position that Jubilee party still being part of Azimio, any issue they have to raise they'd have to raise within the Azimio coalition, not to this bi-partisan team. If the choice to go to court as threatened is raised then we will deal with that matter when it comes." Said Otiende.
The deliberations will continue on Thursday 11th May from 10am.