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Kenya police break up CORD opposition protests against ‘electoral bias’

Police in Kenya have dispersed opposition protests
over the electoral process with water cannon and tear gas. At least one person died.

The opposition CORD alliance believes the country’s electoral commission is biased in favour of the ruling coalition and wants its members to quit.

The next elections are not until August 2017 but tensions are already running high and Kenya is prone to political strife.

There was violence after the 2007 election and the opposition disputed the outcome of th…
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