What Carter Center actually said in Preliminary Statement: “Given that the tallying process is ongoing, the Center is currently unable to provide an overall assessment.” Ken August 29, 2017 Civil Society / democracy / elections / Kenya / NGOs / United States 0 Comments From the Carter Center Preliminary Statement (August 10): For a Kenyan view, see “IEBC results: We’ve more questions than answers” writes Muthoni Wanyeki in The East African on August 22. Share this:EmailRedditLinkedInTumblrFacebookTwitterGoogleLike this:Like Loading... Tags: Carter Center, election fraud, elections, IEBC, IFES, Kenya, KIEMS, Results Transmission System, technology Continue Reading Previous PostIEBC having admitted in Supreme Court that Results Transmission System did not work as advertised, March 2017 contract for KIEMS acquisition should be tabledNext PostKenya’s Presidential Election in a nutshell: 1) widespread failure or non-use of purchased electonic Results Transmission System (as in 2007 and 2013); 2) lack of transparent or complete “complementary” substitute (as in 2007 and 2013) Ken American lawyer. Took leave from corporate career 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 BVR Kits start arriving in Nairobi November 1, 2012 “Electoral Fraud and the Erosion of Democratic Gains in Kenya” — James Long of UCSD Center for Study of African Political Economy presents new draft paper on Kenyan election May 7, 2010 Kenya in 2012–More institutions, more institutional dysfunction; Uganda in 2012–Specializing in regional military role May 14, 2012 What do you think? Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.