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If allowed to stand, it will make a complete mockery of elections,” he said in his first remarks on Thursday’s presidential re-run, which his supporters boycotted en masse.Without change, “elections will become coronation rituals,” Odinga warned.At a polling station in Kenyatta’s hometown of Gatundu, a voter said, “Our hope for the country is that whoever emerges the winner will be able to unite the country, which is already torn apart by politicians and politics of the day.” In 2013, Odinga lost to Kenyatta in an election filled with accusations of vote rigging. More than 1,000 people were killed in that election and another 600,000 were forced from their homes.Many observers say ethnic divisions hurt the promise of Kenya’s democracy.While the dynamics of 2017’s political crisis are very different, the memory of the bloodshed a decade ago is never far away.Residents run from teargas after throwing stones towards Kenyan police officials as they clash at Katwekera village within Kibera slum - a stronghold of opposition leader Raila Odinga - in Nairobi on October 26, 2017.And it stressed the “urgent need for dialogue between the two sides…and for grievances to be addressed through democratic and judicial channels”, saying the onus was on the leaders to “find a way out of the current impasse”.
The remarks are likely to extend the political uncertainty that has paralysed the country since September 1.If Fashion Finder owned a Birkin we would be unlikely to take it to the beach - that sand and salty air surely can't be much good for the leather but hey, that's just the way you roll when you're a multi million earning super model dating a Russian billionaire. However, the concept of mini bag as beach bag, we definitely buy in to that one!So much chicer than the habitual canvas tote n'est-ce pas and we reckon the super-reduced Sophie Hulme on the carousel is just the ticket.Despite his successful bid to throw out the results of the August election, Odinga withdrew from the re-run some two weeks beforehand, citing concerns the new vote would be neither free nor fair.
Last week, the 72-year-old leader pledged to transform his National Super Alliance (NASA) coalition into “a resistance movement” that would spearhead a campaign of “civil disobedience.” On Tuesday, he laid out plans for a programme of “vigorous” political action including “economic boycotts, peaceful processions, picketing and other legitimate protests.” “If there is no justice for the people, let there be no peace for the government,” he declared.
Voting went on in areas where President Uhuru Kenyatta has support.