Kenya presidential hopeful challenges count in tense vote




 
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Kenya presidential hopeful challenges count in tense vote
 
March 7th, 2013  
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Kenya presidential hopeful challenges count in tense vote
NAIROBI (Reuters) - The running mate of presidential candidate Raila Odinga called for the vote count to be halted on Thursday and cast doubt on the fairness of a process that is still incomplete three days after the poll, remarks that could inflame a largely peaceful election. Odinga, Kenya's prime minister, is trailing Uhuru Kenyatta in the partial count. His running mate Kalonzo Musyoka said his comments were not a call for mass action and he urged voters to stay calm and patient. Disputes over Kenya's last election in 2007 sparked ethnic violence that killed 1,200 people. ...




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