An order by the High Court temporarily barring Cord protests at the IEBC was "superfluous" and "amounts to nothing", lawyer James Orengo has said.
High Court Judge Isaac Lenaola barred
and their supporters
forcibly breaking into or storming the commission's offices.
In a ruling on Friday, Lenaola said the orders will remain in force
when the case will be heard.
But Orengo said they will defy the orders and carry on with demonstrations to forcibly remove IEBC commissioners before the August 2017 general election.
"It is as if the court was interested, in a direct way, in securing a political objective as opposed to administering the law in accordance with the situation," he said.
"[The orders amount to nothing] because the constitution states how Kenyans should exercise their right of assembly and picketing. Nobody should lecture us on what to do."
Orengo, who is Siaya Senator, said meetings will continue in line with the law, "just like during Saba Saba". Saba Saba Day is marked to commemorate July 7, 1990, when Kenyans successfully demanded a multiparty democracy.
He had told the court that they had just been served and needed more time to respond to the allegations raised against them.
Lenaola's ruling followed five Jubilee MPs' to bar the coalition led by Raila Odinga from interfering with the operations of the commission.
The MPs are
Moses Kuria (Gatundu), Ferdinand Waititu (Kabete), Kimani Ichung'wa (Kikuyu), Dennis Waweru (Dagoretti South) and Alice Ngang'a (Thika Town).
They want the coalition restrained from storming the IEBC's offices and intimidating commissioners as this is "unconstitutional".
on Monday to forcefully remove commissioners ahead of the August 2017 general election.
President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier
said he will not permit
as politicking must be done maturely and lawfully.
Uhuru issued the remarks via Twitter following the chaotic protests at the IEBC.
Willy Mutunga also
of Raila, Moses Wetang'ula and other Cord leaders during the protests that saw police officers deployed.
Opposition leaders have accused the commission of colluding with Jubilee to rig the 2013 poll and frustrating their pursuit for a referendum.
Key among Cord's concerns is the
of its Okoa Kenya initiative for
failure to meet the
one million constitutional threshold for signatures.