“Equipment does break down. You have to stand by and replace them. You just need to plan properly and do what’s right for the country,” he said.
All eyes were on the Senate as it reconvened for a special sitting to consider controversial changes to the electoral laws adopted by the National Assembly last week.
The changes that include a manual backup system for voter identification and results transmission and the timeliness for the acquisition of election ICTs, significantly alter the Elections Laws (Amendments) Act 2016.
The law arose from a negotiated agreement reached between Cord and Jubilee that ended the anti-IEBC protests.