Government negotiator Mutula Kilonzo said the two sides had agreed to create a post of "a non-executive prime minister but with substantial responsibilities." I wonder what the substantial responsibilities will be.This has been agreed in principle, so what will it look like in practice.
A PNU side, determined to preserve the status quo by keeping Kibaki's presidency intact through his second and last term, appeared worried about the powers that could be vested on the premier.
I wonder whether this is final, as over the weeks, I have read about power sharing, and then the power sharing being rejected, and at this point I don't know what to believe. The deal still has to brought to the whole negotiating committee.The two sides should finish work on Friday.
The development came as an international think tank warned that further violence could erupt unless a solution to Kenya's political crisis were found urgently. Fingers crossed.
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