Kenyan opposition leader made the re-election of President
In Kenya will be repeated presidential elections. This decision brought the country’s Supreme court, its decision reported on Friday, September 1, CNN.
“The presidential elections were not in accordance with the Constitution, and therefore declared the results invalid,” said presiding judge David Maraga. Re-election must undergo a 60-day period.
This became possible due to the appeal of opposition candidate Raila Odinga. He felt the announced results were rigged and went to court.
In the end, the requirement was supported by four of the six judges.
“This is a truly historic day for the people of Kenya and for the people of the African continent,” Odinga said after the verdict.
The announcement of the outcome of the presidential elections in Kenya held on 8 August, sparked riots. According to the CEC, the incumbent head of state Uhuru Kenyatta.