In Support of Referendum sign now

We, Members of the Kenyan Community Abroad, hereby
petition the Interim Independent Constitutional Dispute
Resolution (IICDR) Court regarding the matter brought to the
Court by Mr Andrew Omtatah Okoiti, Prof Barrack Abonyo and
others, namely; Constitutional Petition No. 3 of 2010.

The Kenyan Community Abroad ( KCA ) has reviewed the
application by Andrew Omtatah Okoiti and others and noted
that it is seeking to stop the August 4th referendum for a
new constitution. In their petition No. 3 of 2010 which is
before the Interim Independent Constitutional Dispute
Resolution Court of Kenya ( IICDR ) , they are seeking the
Court`s direction , among other things, to :
1. Stop the referendum because of alleged contravention of
Sections 1, 1A, 3, 41A,47A & 60A of the Constitution of
Kenya
2. Direct the Interim Independent Electoral Commission of
Kenya to register Kenyans abroad as voters

The Kenyan Community Abroad (KCA ) is a registered nonprofit
organization in the State of Rhode Island. KCA has been at
the forefront of the fight for good governance, accountability
and the rule of law in Kenya since its inception in 1997.

While KCA would like Kenyans abroad to be registered as
voters, we believe that a new constitution is in the best
interest of Kenyans.

KCA and all Kenyans of goodwill, therefore, petition this
honourable Court to dismiss the application by Okoiti
et al and allow the referendum to go ahead as scheduled.

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  • 17 December 201550. Dr Chrishoo
    As much as I'd like to be registered as a voter in the Aug 4th referrandum, the timing of this stoppage of the auspicious Aug 4th event is ill found. Time is of the essence and a realization of a new constituition is paramount -- Kenya and Kenyans is grea
  • 05 November 201549. Frank M
    The time to go around in circles is over. Changes will have to be made anyway and we should not deny the Kenyan people what they have been pleading for just because the draft is not perfect. It will NEVER be. Your City of Residence Philadelphia, PA Your C
  • 01 October 201548. Martin O
    I support this petition
  • 12 September 201547. Julius G
    I supprt the proposed constitution thus the referendum scheduled for August 4 should proceed without any undue delay. Your City of Residence Middletown, Delaware Your Country of Residence USA
  • 22 August 201546. Gibson A
    В Your City of Residence Nairobi Your Country of Residence Kenya
  • 20 August 201545. Chochi O
    yes!yes! YES!!! Your City of Residence Raleigh, NC Your Country of Residence US
  • 30 June 201544. Samuel W
    I support this petition
  • 08 May 201543. Dr Ogendim
    Mwananchi should not be denied the opportunity to vote now Your City of Residence Alice Springs Your Country of Residence Australia
  • 23 April 201542. Kuria M
    I support this petition
  • 21 April 201541. Karugia N
    I support this petition
  • 04 April 201540. Matunda N
    I support this petition
  • 27 March 201539. Dr Morrisonm
    Anything is better than the current constitution that seems to have thrown us under the bus. Your City of Residence DC Your Country of Residence USA
  • 14 January 201538. James A
    Katiba Sasa!! Your City of Residence Toronto Your Country of Residence Canada
  • 25 November 201437. Maina Ibarra
    I support this petition
  • 30 August 201436. Victor O
    My vote is YES!and i will vote YES en thats all! Your City of Residence Nairobi Your Country of Residence Kenya
  • 12 August 201435. Qassim Aliabdoalh
    I support this petition
  • 28 July 201434. Fred A
    in support of the August 4 referendum Your City of Residence Minneapolis Your Country of Residence USA
  • 22 July 201433. Betty O
    I support this petition
  • 31 May 201432. Zedekiah N
    This petition should be stopped. Your City of Residence Minnesota Your Country of Residence USA
  • 23 March 201431. Rogers Nyandiekam
    The Kenyan constitution is long overdue. We need it now and not tomorrow. Your City of Residence Timonium, Maryland Your Country of Residence U.S.A
  • 29 January 201430. Edward K
    Let the refendum go on. Your City of Residence Oslo Your Country of Residence Norway
  • 04 September 201329. Abdul Yakub
    I support this petition
  • 07 July 201328. Gatei M
    I support this petition
  • 10 June 201327. James Kwerikwerim
    I support this petition
  • 27 May 201326. Enock M
    I side with Wananchi Your City of Residence Darwin Your Country of Residence Australia
  • 07 May 201325. Mkawasi Mcharoh
    I support this petition
  • 17 March 201324. Michael K
    Postponing the constitution to allow for Kenyans abroad to vote will be prejudicial to the wider interests of Kenyans. This is a diversionary tactic by the forces opposed to the enactment of a new constitution. Omtatah and his group should be dismissed wi

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Interim Independent Constitutional Dispute Resolution Court (Kenya)

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