What IEBC has decided following High Court ruling

Wafula chrbukati, IE
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A day after High Court stopped the printing of the presidential ballot papers by Al Ghurair, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission(IEBC) has broken its silence over the ruling

In a statement sent to news room on Saturday 8, the commission resolved to take a number of solutions following the ruling.

"IEBC has resolved to take the following steps following the High Court ruling yesterday, cancelling the Presidential ballot papers printing tender," read the statement in part.

It went on to state that, the commission will hold a meeting with all presidential candidates on Monday, which will it in agreement with the candidates.

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Following the meeting will be memoranda invited from the public to oversee the procurement of presidential ballot papers on Tuesday, and a public hearing later on Wednesday.

To the least of it all, the IEBC hope to appeal the case, which was file by the opposition coalition NASA and one Presidential candidate Ekuru Aukot, in an attempt to reverse the decision of the court.

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