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Byline: Tom Sagwe
We have been here before. In 2005, during a big retreat in Naivasha, a parliamentary select committee reached what was called the Naivasha Accord. But the document was a mutilation of the Bomas draft constitution, as had been agreed by most delegates at the national constitutional conference between 2003 and 2004.
At the Bomas talks, Kenyans were resolute in the quest for a new order, but the politicians took away the "baby and threw it away with the bath water". When they arrived in Nairobi, they had changed not only the draft, but also their positions.
If the media reports are true, or close to what is going on in Naivasha right now, …