Kenyan President Plans to Change Election Laws
The Jubilee party wants to give more recognition to the manual tallying and transmission of the results than the electronic system. It is also understood that a bill proposed by Jubilee will contain a provision for the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission vice-chairman to act as the boss of the commission in the absence of the chairperson.
President Uhuru Kenyatta signs reply documents on the presidential election petition at the State House.
Nation, 27 September 2017
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Nation, 26 September 2017
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