Kenyan Govt Gazettes Controversial Election Laws

The Act has been published in a special issue of the Kenya Gazette and has the date of assent indicated as October 28, two days after the repeat presidential election. Among the significant provisions of the bill is a clause that would make it difficult for the Supreme Court to annul the election of the president based on minor inconsistencies.

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A voter casts their ballot in the October 26 presidential poll.


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