Kenya

BBI TEAM TO PRESENT REPORT BEFORE JUNE 30, WHEN THEIR MANDATE EXPIRES.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga’s teams on constitutional reforms have settled on a hybrid system of governance, with a non-executive Prime Minister elected by MPs.
The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) steering committee validating its task-force report, is scheduled to present its final document to Uhuru and Raila on Tuesday, proposing a mixture of presidential and parliamentary systems.

Just like in the task-force report, the BBI team proposes that the Prime Minister may be dismissed by the President or through a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly.
The Prime Minister shall have supervision and execution of the day-to-day functions and affairs of the government, being the Leader of Government Business in the National Assembly. And on delegation by the President, the PM will chair Cabinet sub-committees.

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