President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga are today leading the launch of the BBI report amidst mixed reactions on the document. Proponents of the report released last week say it will fix some of the loop holes that were left by the 2010 constitution.
The president has been categorical of the report saying it will address the perennial antagonism of the general elections by being inclusive. The document has recommended an expanded executive with a prime minister and two deputies .
It has also suggested an increase of county allocations from the national budget from 15- 35 percent . The proposal has been well received by many governors especially those in their first term .
The launch of the report will follow a collection of a million signatures which will be checked by the IEBC and there after subjected to the 47 county assemblies.
If passed by at least 24 counties ,the report will be handed to parliament for debate before a referendum is conducted .