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Kenyan bishops express alarm at potential for election fraud

June 17, 2022

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CWN Editor's Note: Three months before the Kenyan general election, an audit of the nation’s voter database has found 246,465 deceased voters, 481,711 voters registered more than once, “226,143 voters who were registered with IDs that do not validly belong to them, and a further 164,269 voters registered with invalid identification documents,” according to the report.

Kenyan bishops called upon the nation’s Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission “to assure voters, with great transparency, [concerning] arrangements regarding the voting process: from the printing of ballots, transporting them to the polling centers, opening them before party agents, safe environment to cast votes, counting of votes and the whole process of transmitting results.”

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