According to its statement on the parallel vote tabulation and observation of the voting process in Kenya, ELOG is confident that the election day process has been generally credible. It calls on the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to immediately make public any information relevant and material to the results as announced. More specifically, ELOG calls on the IEBC to make public the individual results from all polling streams.
ELOG urges any party or person who may feel aggrieved by the outcome of the elections to seek redress through the courts of law. It calls upon the courts to act expeditiously on any complaints that may be filed, and apply fairness which is essential to ensure equal protection of the law and the guarantee of effective peaceful redress. ELOG will
continue to observe the process as it unfolds.
ELOG congratulates Kenyans for making history by turning out in large numbers to
exercise their right to vote. It wants to acknowledge the peaceful manner with which
Kenyans have conducted themselves and urge that peace continues to prevail.
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