Voice Of America Jan 18, 2017

 
Voice Of America Jan 11, 2017

 
Voice Of America Jan 10, 2017

  • Kenyan President Signs Electoral Law Amid Rigging Fears

    Kenya's president Monday signed an amendment to the country's election law to allow manual voting and counting of ballots as a backup, a move the opposition called a back door to rigging this year's presidential election.
    The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission can im...

 
Voice Of America Jan 06, 2017

  • Kenya Senate Approves Electoral Law Changes Amid Fears of Rigging

    Kenya's Senate on Friday approved changes to election laws that would allow manual counting of ballot results, which the opposition calls a back door to rigging this year's presidential vote.
    President Uhuru Kenyatta is running again for the August election. He is now expected to...

 
Voice Of America Jan 04, 2017

  • Kenya's Biometric Technology Could Delay Election Preps

    Kenya's Electoral Commission says political wrangles and tension related to biometric voter technology may delay preparations for the country's upcoming elections. The opposition is threatening protests over a proposed amendment to Kenya's electoral law.
    Kenya's Senate legal comm...

 
CNBC Africa Jan 03, 2017

 
Voice Of America Dec 28, 2016

  • Kenya’s Senate Moves Cautiously on Contentious Election Bill

    In Kenya, a controversial amendment to the electoral law is now before the Senate. The bill would give the electoral commission a workaround if biometric voting equipment fails, but the opposition has rejected the change for fear of voter fraud.
    But as political temperatures rise...