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High Court suspends law blocking politicians from party hopping

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Politicians dissatisfied with their parties can now move to other political outfits without the fear of being blocked from vying for seats they are interested in.

High Court suspends law blocking politicians from party hopping

By Kamau Muthoni | 4 years ago

How MPs can defeat Uhuru, Raila ‘party hopping’ rule

How MPs can defeat Uhuru, Raila ‘party hopping’ rule

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition chief Raila Odinga’s plan to curb ‘party hopping’ in the August polls is likely to be dealt a blow by a loophole in the Constitution and the subsidiary electoral laws.

| 4 years ago

Law on party hopping haunts Kenyan political leaders

The elections law that signalled the death of party-hopping has come to haunt President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition chief Raila Odinga in their political bedrocks.

Rawlings Otieno and Wilfred Ayaga | 4 years ago

Did Bungoma County Governor Ken Lusaka play his cards well?

Ahead of August general elections, politicians both the debutants and incumbents are positioning themselves strategically to clinch various seats in the forthcoming General Elections. Some have already hopped from one party to the other so that they can remain relevant during forthcoming elections.

Nelson Mandela | 4 years ago

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