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Vol 58 No 15

Published 21st July 2017


Kenya

The high cost of fighting fraud

As the parties enter the last two weeks of an increasingly tense race, accusations of rigging are multiplying

As both the governing Jubilee Party and the opposition National Super Alliance (Nasa) race into the final straight before the general elections on 8 August, both are focusing relentlessly on the mechanics of voting. This is partly because the presidential race has grown much tighter over the last month but mainly because of Kenya's history of bitter disputes over election results because of skulduggery and mismanagement.

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