The Supreme Court is scheduled to gazette three petitions challenging the March 4 presidential poll results by the end of Tuesday. This comes as Attorney-General Githu Muigai wrote to the court requesting to be supplied with copies of appendices attached to the petitions. Sources at State Law Office said Prof Muigai wants to come in as a friend of the court to represent public interest. The top court will also publish the petitions in at least one newspaper to inform the public the existence of cases challenging the declaration of Mr Uhuru Kenyatta and Mr William Ruto as president-elect and deputy president-elect, respectively.
Source: Daily Nation pg 5
Date: Tuesday, 19 Mar 2013