IEBC officials are meeting with Jubilee and NASA representative to deliberate the repeat presidential election.
The first meeting took place today morning at the Bomas of Kenya where the two parties agreed to adjourn the meeting till afternoon.
The adjournment was requested by both parties in order to do a consultations with their bosses over suggestion by NASA team to add Safaricom conduct into the discussions.
The representatives did not address journalist saying they were not authorised to speak for their parties, however the electoral body said they will hold a press conference at evening to brief the nation on the outcome of the meeting.
NASA representatives for the meeting are Senator James Orengo, Norman Magaya and Paul Mwangi, while jubilee were represented by Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen, Jubilee Party Head of Secretariat Raphael Tuju and former Cabinet Secretary Davis Chirchir.
The opposition presented a list of demands to the electoral body saying they will not participate in the repeat election unless the body is reformed and their demands addressed.
Among demands by the Opposition alliance include the exit of IEBC Chief Executive Officer, Ezra Chiloba, who NASA has accused of bungling the August 8 presidential election annulled by the Supreme Court on September 1.