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The Dilemma Facing Kenya’s Supreme Court: An Electoral Dispute in an Ethnically Divided Society

—Duncan Okubasu, Lecturer, Department of Public Law, Kabarak University (Kenya) and Advocate of the High Court of Kenya On 8 August 2017, Kenya held its second general elections under the Constitution of 2010. At dusk, its electoral body, the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), started tallying results of the presidential election. Before the process

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Published on August 27, 2017
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