Hassan is the new Commonwealth Network Chair


Nairobi: Tuesday, 24th June, 2014
The bi-annual Commonwealth Electoral Network (CEN) conference ended today in Nairobi. IEBC Chairman, Mr. Ahmed Issack Hassan took over as the Chairman of CEN Steering Committee from Mr. Marc Mayrand, the Chief Electoral Officer of Canada. Thanking the participants from the 53 member state organization for the honor bestowed to him and IEBC, Mr. Hassan said Kenya will continue to support and make contributions to the success of the network.


Bonchari By-Elections Conducted Successfully


SUNEKA, KISII: Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Ford Peope candidate Zebedeo Opore was elected as the Bonchari Member of National Assembly after garnering 10,947 votes.

Provisional results from all the 81 polling stations had been received electronically at the Itierio Boys High School tallying centre by 10.50pm. The candidate however had to wait until all results declaration forms were verified before he was issued with an election certificate by constituency Returning Officer Mr. Peter Resa.


Bonchari By-Elections Going on Well

bochari byelections

SUNEKA, KISII: Monday, June 23, 2014
Voters in Bonchari Constituency have returned to the polls to elect their Member of the National Assembly in an exercise that has so far progressed smoothly.

Polling stations opened at 6am and will close at 5pm. Electronic Voter Identification Devices (EVID) are in use in all stations while provisional results will be transmitted electronically from polling streams, using specially configured mobile phones. Provisional results will be availed online at vote.iebc.or.ke from 5pm.


Team formed to look into Diaspora Registration

IED voter reg launch 20th June

Nairobi 20th June, 2014
A task force to look into the registration of Kenyans in the Diaspora as voters has been formed. The IEBC Chairman, Mr. Hassan, said IEBC was ready to engage and work with Kenyans living abroad to address their concerns regarding participation in elections and therefore “there is no need for them to resort to the courts for a solution”. He said the Diaspora voting is expensive and complex because “you do not know who is where and so on” He observed that the process ought to be consultative, adding that “we need to think through the process three to four years before years before 2017.


Conference on Elections to be held in Nairobi

Mini polls

Nairobi 19th June, 2014
The Commonwealth Electoral Network (CEN) will hold its bi-annual conference in Nairobi on June 23rd -24th. Over 50 electoral management bodies (EMBs) from commonwealth will deliberate on strategies and best practices for enhancing the institutional capacity and the functions of EMBs. The theme for this year’s conference is “Managing Elections in the 21st Century: Strengthening Institutional Capacity and Electoral Integrity”. The key aim of the Commonwealth Electoral Network is to advance norms and good electoral practice among EMBs, with a view to promoting integrity and credibility of elections across the Commonwealth.


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