May 20, 2024

Mutua Seeks To Leave Azimio Coalition But It’s NO

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Mutua Seeks To Leave Azimio One Kenya Coalition But Registrar of Parties Has Responded Saying It’s Impossible.

Attempts by Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi’s Pamoja African Alliance (PAA) and his Machakos counterpart Alfred Mutua’s MCC parties to leave the Azimio Coalition were rejected by the Registrar of Political Parties Anne Nderitu.

In a letter to PAA, Nderitu stated that her office does not have the authority to degazette the party unless it follows the proper procedures.

“Azimio is already a registered coalition political party in terms of section 7(7) of the Political Parties Act (Registration), Regulations 2019,” she said.

“Hence the registrar has no mandate to degazette PAA as per your request save for where due process outlined in the coalition agreement has been followed.”

Kingi, Mutua Seeks To Leave Azimio

PAA had written to the registrar, requesting that it be removed from the list of parties that make up the Azimio La Umoja-One Kenya Alliance.

The party claimed in its letter to the registrar that its national executive council, the top decision-making body, had not ratified the coalition arrangement.

Furthermore, it claimed that it was seeking to build a coalition, not a coalition political party.

A coalition agreement has also not been provided to the party, according to the party.

The registrar said that PAA had met all the conditions and provided all the prerequisite documents to affirm its commitment to the coalition.

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“That PAA, as one of the constituent parties, duly executed the coalition agreement annexing the requisite documents including former PP19 declaring that the information submitted is true and correct,” Nderitu said.

In response to MCC, Nderitu also declined to grant the request, citing similar reasons.

“MCC party, as a constitutional political party, executed the coalition agreement annexing the requisite documents including form pp19 declaring that the information submitted is true and correct,” Nderitu said.

“By operation of the vacancy in the office of the chairperson, the two authorized signatories duly signed the coalition agreement and Azimio is already a registered coalition political party in terms of section 7 (7) of the political parties act 2011 and the political parties regulations 2019. Hence the registrar has no mandate to sanction the withdrawal as per your request save for where the process outlined in the coalition agreement has been followed. “

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