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Kenya: lesson of democracy, now respect from media

Peaceful demonstrations in the country

01-09-2017 by redazione

A lesson in democracy for the whole of Africa and the whole world.
This is how the decision of the Supreme Court of Kenya was defined by the members of the political alliance NASA, which was accepted a few hours ago the appeal filed against the results of the presidential elections that had sanctioned the victory of the current President Uhuru Kenyatta.
Kenya has indeed proved to have an independent and solid justice, which is unique in an African nation, especially Kenya, which is described as one of the most corrupt countries in the world.
The Court did not comment on the substance and totally on what and how many irregularities were found in the electoral process, and as a result no particular culprits were found, even though the headlamps are obviously focused on the IEBC Electoral Commission.
For the Supreme Court, President Kenyatta is not involved personally or through members of his party in the fraud that would be the result of various irregularities found in the process of transmission and development of election results.
In the meantime, the Kenyan people are also showing that they have reacted peacefully to the Court’s decision calling the citizens to vote within 60 days of today. For the time being, throughout the country, only peaceful festive demonstrations and no incidents.
An official statement from the Government is now awaited.
It is likely that a phase of political consultation and confrontation will open, even before a new election campaign.
We hope that the same respect shown by the politicians on both sides during these hours can be seen in the international media.
Otherwise, for the development of this country and for tourism, which is an important aspect of it, there will be another two months of passion, in a period that was announced with the aim of recovery and revitalization in view of the winter season.

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