The power-sharing deal to end Kenya's post-election crisis went before parliament today.
Kenya's parliament has unanimously passed the first of two laws required to enact a power-sharing deal designed to end the country's bloody post-election crisis.
In a 200-0 vote, the legislature approved the constitutional amendment making positions in the cabinet for a prime minister and two deputies.
MPs are lobbying for cabinet positions at the moment, and the Rift Valley has its demands.
Kenyan police today rejected a report by a U.S.-based rights group that said officers had used excessive force and applied double standards during the country's deadly post-election crisis.
I am not surprised by this at all, are you?The photo and video coverage alone that we all saw, tells the story, despite what the police are saying.
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