Human Rights Watch , in its report Ballot to Bullets says that the new coalition government in Kenya, can stabilize the country by prosecuting individuals responsible for post election violence.
This is one way of healing wounds and earning trust.
Maina Kiai says that the violence was bound to happen due to a failed constitution, that Kenyans had tried to change unsuccessfully since 1963.
The commission set up to investigate the failure of the December 27 presidential elections is scheduled to be inaugurated today.
Charles Khamala writes an interesting article wondering whether there is any room for mischief in this power sharing deal.
Unseen Danger In Kenyan Politics Just Now Part 2 - Kenya is in a place politically that it has never been in since independence. It is a very dangerous situation but most Kenyans are not even aware of it. ...
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