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Envoy to discuss new law through web chat

By | August 11th 2010

By Grace Wekesa

The US Ambassador to Kenya has launched a web chat to discuss the new Constitution.

According to a statement from the US embassy, Kenyans will be invited to chat with the ambassador on the content of the new constitution and give their views on how Kenya should be governed.

The statement read in part: "US Ambassador to Kenya Michael Ranneberger invites you to participate in an online web chat to discuss the future of Kenya."

Mr Ranneberger will welcome questions and comments related to the new constitution and the way forward. People are expected to log in with their names, city of origin and their occupations or their titles.

They would submit online questions prior to the scheduled time for the online chat.

"All of Ambassador Ranneberger’s responses will be ‘on the record’ and a transcript of the full web chat session will be provided within a few days on our website," said the statement.

Kenyans could access from wherever they are or the American Reference Centre at the US Embassy.

Those interested could also write an e-mail to: [email protected], to reserve a computer or call telephone number 020 363 6493 for technical help during the web chat.

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