Today, Azimio la Umoja One Kenya alliance held another anti-government rally in Kisumu.
The rally was held at the Moi stadium as many Azimio followers showed up.
The congregation was led by Azimio principals Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Martha Karua and was attended by several senators and Members of Parliament (MPs) allied with the alliance.
During the rally, Raila read a series of resolutions to the crowd that gathered at the stadium and asked them to endorse the declaration which they unanimously did.
After lengthy and incisive deliberation, the Parliamentary Group resolved as follows:
1. That we are keenly aware of the significance of elections to our welfare as a people and our progress as a nation. Consequently, we willingly and fully associate with the struggle to ensure Electoral Justice in the country.
2. That we willingly and fully associate with the struggle to ensure that at all times, the leadership of this country shall be picked through the ballot in free, fair, transparent, and credible elections and that at all times, the choices we make at the ballot shall be respected and stolen election shall not be allowed to stand.
3. Being hit by the rising cost of living and unable to afford basic goods and services, as a result of inhumane government policies, we support and will actively participate in any steps being taken by the people of Kenya to bring down the rising costs of food, fuel, electricity, fees and have salaries raised.
4. That we will fully support and participate in all attempts to make the government listen, make the government care, and ensure a better standard of living for all Kenyans.
5. That having participated in the past struggles that have defined our journey as a nation, we shall not let the gains be lost. Instead, we fully and willingly join the struggle to preserve our hard-won democracy, preserve our hard-won multi-party politics, and reject all ongoing attempts to make Kenya a single-party state and will work with all other people in other parts of Kenya to ensure that Kenya remains a multi-party democracy that respects the rule of law and rejects all attempts to take the country back to the era of Mtukufu Rais.
6. With the hindsight of the 2007 elections and the violence that followed, we will work with other Kenyans to ensure the IEBC is constituted in a way that invites the confidence of the people of Kenya and that the IEBC is seen to be non-partisan for the sake of future stability of the nation.
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