Protest against the International Monetary Fund (IMF) giving anymore loans to Kenya.

Protest against the International Monetary Fund (IMF) giving anymore loans to Kenya.

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Ker Ottis started this petition to International Monetary Fund

We the people of Kenya sign this petition in protest of the IMF giving any loans to Kenya without public approval. The conditions of living are becoming more unbearable with every dollar you hand to the Kenyan Government as a loan.

Article 1 of the Constitution of Kenya vests All sovereign powers on the people of Kenya only to be exercised in accordance with the constitution. Since our democratically elected leaders no longer serve our interest especially in loan terms with your institution, we therefore invoke Article 2 of the Kenyan Constitution and choose to exercise the powers directly through this petition.

Article 10 of the Kenyan Constitution imposes national values and principles of leadership especially in exercising sovereign powers through democratically elected leader on behalf of we the people. These principles are supposed to be the guiding force to anyone that we choose to exercise the sovereign powers on our behalf. Most important are the values of public participation, good governance, integrity, transparency and accountability. These lack severely from the democratically elected leaders we imposed on ourselves and in clear violation of the Constitution of Kenya.

We therefore sign this petition to defend our constitution and the sovereignty of our nation as Article 3 of the same Constitution of Kenya demands. Since none of the terms of the loans that you give to Kenya are subjected to public participation and we the people of Kenya having chosen to exercise the sovereign powers directly, we demand that you no longer give anymore loans to the government of Kenya. These loans are taken in our name and we are no longer interested in them.

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