political parties not in good standing from contesting the 2016 elections.
The Commission has given parties up to May 31 to submit audited reports in order to renew their certificates. The EC has also made clear its intentions to
revoke the licenses of parties, which do not have offices in two-thirds of districts in the country, a regulation which has been severally contested by some parties.
But in an interview with TV3, Mr Ayariga,who founded the latest political party in the country, said the EC cannot go back on its resolve especially when some parties have stretched themselves to set up offices across the length and breadth of the country.
“It will be politically bias for the EC to allow other political parties to go through while others will not be given the opportunity to go through,” he argued.