Leader of the opposition Kenya get to the supreme court to election results
The Kenyan opposition leader Raila Odinga get to the supreme court in his country to the outcome of the elections to fight.
Odinga said on Wednesday that the legal steps are only the beginning of what he and his followers are going to do out of dissatisfaction over the election results.
The election commission said Friday the incumbent political leader of Uhuru Kenyatta as the winner of the presidential election with a difference of 1.4 million votes. International observers said the vote largely fair was expired, but Odinga disputed the results and claims that there is fraudulent.
Meanwhile, there is Wednesday, a raid was made by the Kenyan police and tax authorities at an office of a pro-democratic organization that critical questions had asked about the preparations of the disputed elections of last week. This has the director of the African Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG) said.
The raid follows allegations by the government to AfriCOG and other civil society organisation, the Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), administrative, and tax violations.
The threat to the organizations to connect, who has a leading role in the monitoring of the elections, the United Nations and international rechtengroepen such as Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch condemned.
The Kenyan government announced steps to close the offices of the two organisations with immediate effect to suspend. The acting minister of Home Affairs said in a letter that the government and the organisations are in talks to try to resolve the issues.
The Kenyan television showed images of the invasion. Lawyer Maina Kiai asked why the tax authorities three trucks of the police had.