Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

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Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

Unread post by AntiHubris » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:06 pm

Will we see these "peaceful picketers" attack foreigners?

http://mobile.nation.co.ke/news/489-Afr ... index.html

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Re: Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

Unread post by Murata » Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:38 pm

AntiHubris wrote:
Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:06 pm
Will we see these "peaceful picketers" attack foreigners?

http://mobile.nation.co.ke/news/489-Afr ... index.html
Let’s hope not. After reading some of Akombe statements and interviews, As well as Chebukati concerns, I agree with Mudavadi. Akombe in her observation on the different conditions in other countries as far as holding credible elections, her guess is as good as was mine. The observers should support IEBC chairman who states the election may not be credible. He cites reasons and they should help him effect the changes he deems necessary. Akombe’s concerns should also be addressed, it is interesting to note that

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Re: Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

Unread post by NattyDread » Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:59 pm

Inaonekana JaKuon's antics have grabbed the observers' undivided attention. They already know where to expect trouble.
:evil: JaKuon Slayer Extraordinaire :twisted:

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Re: Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

Unread post by FARAJA » Thu Oct 19, 2017 5:07 pm

It’s four counties for God’s sake out of 47. Additionally, those are not cosmopolitan counties. They are occupied by one tribe. That tribe also happens to be Raila Odingas tribe. Raila pulled out of the elections. It’s uunderstandable why they won’t vote but they should not threaten those who wish to exercise their democratic rights.

Worst case scenario: have those four counties vote on the 27 after they disrupt on the 26. If there are more people who wish to vote in those counties, give them another 3 days. IEBC have 7 days to announce the outcome. It may well be that the clock starts ticking after the final ballot has been cast. Say election in volatile counties are extended for three days. The 7 day window starts the day the last voter cast their vote. Kwani iko nini?
There are people who want to engage in ad hominem abuse all day long on online forums, spewing bile in a seemingly unending stream.

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Re: Election Observers start deploying for the "no election"

Unread post by AntiHubris » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:01 am

Judges and diplomats speaking body language at Mashujaa event.
NattyDread wrote:
Thu Oct 19, 2017 2:59 pm
Inaonekana JaKuon's antics have grabbed the observers' undivided attention. They already know where to expect trouble.

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