The ruling Jubilee Party has softened its stance on the push by National Super Alliance (NASA) to have dialogue in order to end the political impasse in the country.
Speaking yesterday, Jubilee leaders led by Tharaka Nithi Senator and Senate Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki, revealed that President Uhuru Kenyatta had no objection in forming an interim Government that will last for six months as demanded by NASA leader, Raila Odinga.
However, he said the negotiations should be held within the bounds of the Constitution and should only happen after the swearing in of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
“Let me reiterate that we in Jubilee are not against this idea of consultative talks as NASA is asking.”
“Only that these talks be for the benefit of our nation Kenya and not for the benefit of Raila Odinga or any other individual,” Kindiki stated.
Opposition Leader, Raila Odinga, is expected in the country on Friday after a successful tour of the US and UK and will continue pushing for electoral reforms.