- The ruling outfit also opposed calls by Azimio to audit the 2022 presidential results.
- UDA secretary-general Cleophas Malala said the Supreme Court made a final determination on the presidential election and Kenyans must live with that.
A new Proposal by the Kenya Kwanza Alliance is seeking to lock out Azimio leader Raila Odinga, Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka and their associates who took part in demonstrations, from elections.
The ruling coalition now wants leaders behind demonstrations that resulted in deaths and destruction of property denied the chance to contest for elective seats.
In a presentation to the National Dialogue Committee, Kenya Kwanza said the move would be the only way to curb violence that proceeds every presidential election.
Raila and his troops in recent months led their supporters in mass protests countrywide, a call that saw several towns brought to a standstill.
Other leaders who backed the demos include Narc Kenya Leader Martha Karua, Roots Party Leader George Wajackoyah, DAP-K leader Eugene Wamalawa and several MPs allied with the coalition.
The Kenya Kwanza coalition said leaders aggrieved by the outcome of the results should exhaust legal mechanisms in challenging presidential elections and abide by the decisions of institutions charged with mediation.
The ruling outfit also opposed calls by Azimio to audit the 2022 presidential results.
UDA secretary-general Cleophas Malala said the Supreme Court made a final determination on the presidential election and Kenyans must live with that.
"The Supreme Court of Kenya during the Presidential petition pronounced itself on the fairness, credibility and verifiability of that election," Malala said
"We cannot act retrogressively by reopening the issues already closed by legally competent institutions."
He added that it is their opinion that as a country, everybody should respect the legal structures provided for by law to adjudicate on political disputes.
"Disregarding such process is fermenting anarchy and chaos which will take our nation down the drain," he added.
On the fidelity to political parties, Kenya Kwanza argued that individuals' rights and freedoms to associate with others should not be curtailed.
Azimio has severally accused Ruto of raiding its camp.
"Article 38 guarantees citizens right to make political choices including the right to form or participate in forming a political party, to participate in the activities, or recruit members for, a political party and to campaign for a political party or cause," Tongaren MP John Chikati said.
He maintained that the Constitution provides for the freedom of association, which includes the right to form or join an association of any kind.
Kenya Kwanza also backed the creation of the Leader of Opposition and entrenchment of the Office of Prime Cabinet Secretary position in the Constitution.
"We therefore purpose that Parliament consider establishment of the Office of the Leader of the Official Opposition," Malala added.
Kenya Kwanza further said IEBC needs to be constituted in order to begin work.
"In our view therefore, in order to safeguard the independence of the Commission, the process of recruitment of commissioners by the selection panel should be left to continue in order to have a fully constituted commission within the shortest time," said Bomet Senator Hilary Sigei.
The ruling coalition also wants the Parliament and the Executive to fast track the process of allocating the required budget to the Commission.