The Star (Nairobi)

7 March 2013

Kenya: ELOG Defends IEBC

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The complexity of the election was blamed for the high number of spoilt votes.

Observation group ELOG says manual tallying process of presidential results is credible and it does not in any way invalidate the results or compromise transparency. The group has however asked the IEBC to allow party agents, the media, local and international observers to verify from 36 in order to enhance transparency and eliminate suspicion.

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