Tuesday May 12, 2020 – The Political Parties Disputes Resolution Tribunal has suspended the post-poll coalition deal between Jubilee Party and the Gideon Moi-led Kenya African National Union (KANU).
The tribunal said that the coalition had to be approved by the National Executive Committee of the Jubilee Party and in strict compliance of the Political Parties (Registration) Regulations.
“An interim order be and is hereby issued restraining the 2nd and 3rd respondents from making any coalition agreements on behalf of the 1st interested party, jubilee party with any party/parties without a valid, formal resolution of a duly convened National Executive Committee of Jubilee Party and in strict compliance of Regulation 21 of the Political Parties (Registration) Regulations,” read the statement signed by the Political Parties Disputes Resolution Tribunal.
The decision was made after Jubilee’s Deputy Secretary-General, Caleb Kositany, and three others filed an appeal with the Political Parties Tribunal.
The Kenyan DAILY POST