ORPP convenes PPLC on electoral reforms and NADCO report

The ORPP convened with support of National Democratic Insititute (NDI) convened a  two-day Political Parties Liaison Committee (PPLC) meeting on 26th-27th March 2024, to deliberate on its National Steering Committee’s proposal for electoral reforms and dispute resolution mechanisms and the implication of the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) report.

“Our appreciation to our partners NDI for this forum as we discuss the legal reforms and some of which are currently in the form of Bills on the electoral process. The Office  is committed to making Kenya better where opinions should be heard and respected. I urge you to support the ground and only criticize. We must always as parties take stock, build and celebrate the strides we have made as a country,” said Registrar Ann Nderitu.

“We should always celebrate the strides as a country we have made so far,” appreciated, Registrar Ann Nderitu, CBS.

“This sitting gives you as representatives of political parties to discuss electoral reform proposals that have a direct impact on the people of this country. You have to see yourself as a pivot in voicing the aspirations of the citizens.

Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu, CBS during her speech at the PPLC forum in Naivasha

The NDI remains committed to supporting the endeavors of PPLC for the benefit of the country,” said Dennis Omondi, NIMD Country Director.

“The window is open for us to make our contribution to electoral reform. We want to thank ORPP and our sponsor partners for the support to enable this meeting. As leaders particularly in political space, we should promote dialogue”, noted National Steering Committee Chairman, Evans Musati.

“We are here to develop resolutions that will focus on the nation of Kenya. The matters on the agenda bearing on the experience we had and geared towards bridging the gaps we have learned”, noted Assistant Registrar,Ali Abdullahi.

“Naisihi Kamati ya Political Parties Liaison Committee of Kenya kuwa na mazungumzo endelevu kwa faida ya Kitaifa,” akanena Msaidizi wa Msajili,Mhasibu, Florence Birya.

On the NADCO report, the meeting delved into the appointment of IEBC commissioners, legal and dispute resolution; unresolved historical issues contained in review reports among other pertinent current reforms issues.

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