Cherangany Member of Parliament (MP) Joshua Kutuny has said he is preparing to present a question to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to pave way for a referendum.
According to Kutuny there is need for a constitutional review to do away with the presidential system of governance in Kenya.
The legislator who spoke at Saiwa National Park Wednesday during the Saiwa Safari walk campaign to conserve the endangered Sitatunga Antelope at the national park called for an all inclusive system of government.
“It is good for this country to have a system that creates an all-inclusive government and establishment of a very vibrant opposition,”he said.
The MP was accompanied by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati who said his commission is ready for a referendum.
He said that up to now the commission has not received any referendum question to process.
The IEBC Chairperson said the referendum question can be submitted through a popular initiative where people collect signatures on various issues and present one million signatures with a referendum bill or through the parliamentary process.
By Marie Yambo