United Against ICC

The stage is set for a titanic battle on the floor of the house on Thursday this week when the controversial security laws amendment bill 2014 comes up in a special sitting where changes are expected to be introduced during committee stage. Deputy President William Ruto yesterday led an array of leaders in drumming up support for the bill which is being opposed by the opposition and human rights groups on the grounds that some clauses offend the bill of rights. And as Alex Kubasu now reports the opposition coalition for reforms and democracy is preparing a raft of amendments to the bill which has been prepared to stem a tide of insecurity in the country