23-07-2017 by redazione
For the first time since the beginning of the election campaign in Kenya, opposition candidate Raila Odinga surpassed outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta in the polls of Infotrak.
This is the polling polling company right in Kenyatta, the same as last February, which even made it ten long.
A poll commissioned by Odinga's NASA alliance came out week after, which actually signaled it was in favor (47% against Kenyatta's 46), while the Infotrack yesterday even reported it to 48 percent, two points over its rival and current leader .
According to the company overtaking would be due to the rate of undeclared, which dropped to 3% from the initial 7%, and it seems that the undecided have gone for the most part with the opposition.
If these data were confirmed, Kenya would turn to the page, tasting the form of democracy that European countries have long accustomed to and which is called "alternation".
President Kenyatta, who based his electoral campaign on peace and respect, has already stated that he will accept the verdict of the urns serenely.
Kenya is under the spotlight of the whole world, and particularly Kenyatta and his deputy Ruto, who have left the indictment for genocide of the International Hague Tribunal, following the post-election chaos of 2008.
He chose the celebrations of Madaraka Day, the day of the Constitution, the President of kenya Uhuru Kenyatta, to make a peaceful announcement and peace in view of the upcoming national elections scheduled for August 8th.
"I will calmly accept...
he Supreme Court of Kenya upheld the appeal of the Opposition represented by Nasa Alliance and its candidate President Raila Odinga, annulling the result of the national elections.
This is an unprecedented fact in a Republic of the African Continent.
US Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec spoke in press on the forthcoming presidential election in Kenya.
"We do not have a preferred candidate - said Godec to the Kenyan press - for us it is important that the new president...
The date of the new elections in Kenya could be postponed.
This is what the IEBC Electoral Commission would have reported yesterday evening to the national daily Daily Nation, after receiving a dossier on the telematic organisation of the forthcoming...
The Electoral Commission of Kenya IEBC rejected the statement by the leader of the Opposition leader Raila Odinga announcing that he was renouncing to run for the Kenyan Presidency in the new elections, scheduled for 26 October next.
The new presidential elections in Kenya will take place on Thursday 26 October instead of Tuesday 17 October.
Confirmation is open the day after the Supreme Court of Kenya's publication of the judgment annulling the previous elections.
Elections that have...
The new elections in Kenya will take place on Tuesday 17 October.
This was decided by the IEBC Electoral Commission, the same as that which was called into question by the Supreme Court of Kenya for not having conducted the...
This could be the latest attempt by the NASA opposition alliance to postpone national elections in Kenya, set for August 8th, and it failed.
The faction headed by Raila Odinga, who has been gaining approval over the past few weeks...
The new presidential elections in Kenya are likely to slip by nine days.
The new date proposed by the French telematic agency Ot-Morpho, which is responsible for the organisation of the vote, would be 26 October.
The IEBC Electoral Commission...
On the eve of the bis elections in Kenya, their conduct is still not safe.
A matter of a few hours and
"These elections are to be canceled and Kenyatta has to be sent home, but we ask our people to be quiet and not to come down in the square at least for now."
Raila Odinga and his NASA alliance, who according...