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Kenya third country in the world and first in Africa to annul a presidential election - The Standard

Kenya on Friday made history in the electoral sphere as the only fourth country to have a presidential election nullified by the courts. Other countries that have had presidential elections nullified are Austria and the Maldives, an island nation in ...and more »

What happens now that Kenya has annulled its presidential election - Quartz

Kenya's supreme court stunned the nation last week by declaring the country's Aug. 8 presidential election invalid and ordering a new vote. On Oct 17, incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta, declared the winner of last month's poll, will face his rival ...and more »

Kenya's supreme court has annulled last month's presidential election and called for a new vote - Quartz

Kenya's supreme court has declared the results of last month's presidential election invalid and ordered a new vote. Incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta won 54% of the now-nullified vote, defeating opposition leader Raila Odinga. “The presidential election was ...and more »

Kenya's election redo displays history, impunity at the ballot box - The Hill (blog)

Within hours of the Kenyan Supreme Court nullifying the August 8 presidential election, incumbent president Uhuru Kenyatta was back on the campaign trail. In crowded streets in Nairobi's, he rallied his supporters to be ready to vote again when fresh ...and more »

Supreme Court quashes Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election - Daily Nation

The Supreme Court has nullified the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta. A six-judge bench, by majority decision, on Friday indicted the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), saying it conducted the elections contrary to the ...and more »

Kenya's Supreme Court has given an impossible deadline for the repeat election - The Conversation AU

The Kenyan Supreme Court has found that the August 8 presidential election result is invalid. It blames the electoral commission, not the declared winner, Uhuru Kenyatta. Kenya's leading newspaper praises the decision as a step towards the rule of law ...and more »

President Uhuru says he will respect ruling on Raila's petition - The Standard

Nairobi, Kenya: President Uhuru Kenyatta says he disagrees with Supreme Court ruling but will respect it. He has urged Kenyans to maintain peace and shun tribalism. “I respect the Supreme Court's decision but I don't agree with it... Millions of ...and more »

African press review 2 September 2017 - RFI

A historic judicial decision in Kenya is making the headlines in the African press this morning. Editorialists are also expressing concern about media coverage of natural catastrophes and the cost of religious pilgrimages. “Kenya's Supreme Court makes ...and more »

IEBC in daylong crisis meeting following Supreme Court edict - Daily Nation

Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati (centre), his Vice Chair Connie Maina (right) and Commissioner Roselyne Akombe. The commissioners were Saturday held in a daylong meeting following the ruling by ...and more »

Uhuru breathes fire, goes after Maraga and Raila in rally - Daily Nation

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto launched the second round of their re-election campaign in Nakuru by accusing Supreme Court judges of colluding with the opposition to rule in their favour. The Jubilee Party leaders had no kind ...and more »