New Release: Inspector General’s Report on Department of State activities on Kenya’s Draft Constitution Ken August 12, 2010 democracy / Development in Africa / elections / Kenya / US 1 Comment Here is the link to the report from the Department of State Office of Inspector General. Update–but see “Daily Nation reports that USAID’s Inspector General has found that US funding did go specifically to encourage “Yes” vote on referendum” Share this:EmailRedditLinkedInTumblrFacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related Tags: constitutional referendum, Inspector General, Kenya, United States Department of State Continue Reading Previous PostMore on American Dreams about KenyaNext PostDiscussion about Gration as Ranneberger replacement hits media Ken Took leave from corporate career as American lawyer to “assist” democracy in East Africa. After stolen '07 election in Kenya and violent aftermath I have tried to bring out truth of events for those who care in hope we can learn and do better. You Might Also Like Convergance of polarization: American politics has grown more like Kenya’s, rather than the other way around August 1, 2016 March 24: International Day for the “Right to the Truth” and the Kenyan TJRC March 24, 2012 Kenya–Security News March 23, 2010 This Post Has One Comment JCB 15 Aug 2010 Reply This statement from the summary pretty much says it all: “The OIG inspectors did not find any evidence that U.S. embassy officials made any private or public statements to Kenyan Government offi cials, nongovernmental organizations (NGO), or any other actors expressing either a positive or negative position on the abortion provision in the draft Kenyan constitution. The inspectors also did not find any evidence that embassy officials attempted to influence any Kenyan’s opinion, either positively or negatively, on the abortion provision.” I see that Daryl Issa was one of the congressmen asking for this investigation… I wonder how much money the USG spent on it? Loading... What do you think? Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.