Draft Constitution going to Referendum without amendments

Not surprisingly, Parliament reached agreement on and passed none of the proposed amendments to the draft constitution during the days provided by the authorizing legislation, so the current draft will go to a vote as is. It would seem that many members are significantly disappointed in some or many respects in the details of the document.

How hard will the various major players and prospective presidential candidates work to support passage? Which will work against it–publicly or privately?

Will the voter registration be comprehensive and credible? Will the votes be counted fairly? What will be the involvement of donors in the campaign?

Ken

American lawyer who took leave from career and moved family to Nairobi for a year to "help" with democratic development. After stolen '07 election in Kenya and violent aftermath have tried to bring out truth of events for those who care in hope we can improve.

What do you think?

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