On 4 March 2013 Kenyans voted in the fifth elections since the introduction of multi-party democracy in 1992. This policy brief by the Institute of Security Studies focuses on the integrity of the 2013 electoral process. Its purpose is to make findings and provide recommendations that can assist Kenya’s electoral management body, political parties, media, civil society organisations and citizens improve integrity and public confidence in electoral processes and election outcomes.
Collette Schulz-Herzenberg is a specialist in voter behaviour and elections in sub-Saharan Africa, Peter Aling’o focuses on democracy and elections and Sebastian Gatimu is a governance and human rights researcher.
Download the report at: http://www.issafrica.org/uploads/PolBrief74.pdf