Coalition for reforms and democracy (Cord) has called for street demos on January 4 to protest passing of amended electoral laws.
Coalition principals Moses Wetang’ula, Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga also accused Jubilee of frustrating justice.
Earlier, MPs had passed all proposed changes to the elections Act amid protests from opposition legislators with Jubilee taking advantage of its numerical strength to have the laws passed..
They thus reinstated provisions for manual identification of voters and manual transmission of results in case the electronic system fails.
The National Assembly has passed all proposed amendments to the elections Act amid protests from ODM leaning MPs.
MPs on Thursday morning debated changes proposed by the Legal Affairs Committee, which among other things, reinstated provisions for manual identification of voters in case the electronic system fails.
The House also adopted a proposal for manual transmission of results, which the Orange party had opposed.
The Jubilee Party took advantage of its numbers in the House to push through the changes to Elections Laws (Amended) Act.
But by the time the amendments were being passed, ODM MPs were on their way to the High Court where the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy has filed a case challenging revision of the negotiated poll regulations.