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Clashes in Kenya amid electoral bias protests

Monday, May 23, 2016 - 00:50

Protesters and police have clashed again in Nairobi amid growing anger over an electoral body that opposition groups say is biased. Gavino Garay reports.

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At least one man died of his injuries after violence broke out between police and protesters, who were marching to Nairobi's electoral commission, angered over what they say is a crooked system. The protesters, led by opposition leader Raila Odinga say the election process is rigged and they're calling on commission leaders to quit. Odinga, who lost the 2013 presidential election, has accused the commission of 'doctoring' the votes. He subsequently challenged the results in court and lost. And while the next presidential vote isn't until August 2017, these protests are shaping us as a political move to galvanize support for when Kenya - a country dogged by political strife - goes back to the polls.

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Clashes in Kenya amid electoral bias protests

Monday, May 23, 2016 - 00:50