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Kenyan legislators backed a plan to restructure the government and share power more equitably to help avoid a repeat of violent election disputes.

The National Assembly, led by speaker Justine Muturi, approved the constitutional amendment bill late on Thursday, with 224 voting in favour, 63 rejecting it and two abstaining. The proposed changes, known as the Building Bridges Initiative, will be put to a referendum that’s expected to take place before a general election scheduled for 2022...

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