The Jubilee Party faction allied to former Ndaragwa MP Jeremiah Kioni has submitted a document of substantive issues it wants the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) to address.
In a statement on Monday, September 11, the Jubilee party highlighted the one man, one vote, one shilling as their top issue that should be addressed in the Bomas talks.
The former ruling party also said that no constituency should be scrapped in subsequent border revision.
Jubilee further said the negotiations committee should address the plight of marginalized groups and communities in Kenya.
“We also submitted a document that covers the following substantive issues:- 1. Shared prosperity (One Man, One Vote, One Shilling) 2. Boundaries review (We hold the view that no constituency should be scrapped). 3. Marginalized groups and communities (Women, Youth, PWDs,” the party said in a statement.
The Kioni-led faction also notes that it submitted preliminary issues with specific demands against the interference of political parties, politically instigated harassment, arbitrary arrest charges, and cases against Opposition Leaders.
NADCO co-chair Kalonzo Musyoka in a statement earlier announced that the committee has received one hundred and forty-two memoranda from stakeholders over the Azimio, Kenya Kwanza talks.
“We continue to be impressed by the level of public participation in the Bipartisan talks. We urge our fellow Kenyans to continue submitting their Memorandas so that every idea, concern, or suggestion is included in the framed agendas,” said Kalonzo.