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Kenya elections: Kenyatta still ahead in polls

If vote is today, the President would remain in charge

05-10-2017 by redazione

Uhuru Kenyatta would be confirmed President of the Republic of Kenya.
This says the most recent survey of the specialized agency IPSOS, which reports the leader of the government party to 47% against 44% of the eternal challenger Raila Odinga. 
Survey on the one hand unreliable, because it indicates a large part of undecided (9%) that could reverse the situation, on the one hand there is to note that IPSOS in August was the agency that went closer to what was then the final result, reporting a gap of 4 percent final.
It should be specified, however, that this would be the ‘if elections were to be held today’, because there is no certainty at the moment, not even that presidential votes are actually being held, or boycotted by the NASA in Odinga and its allies.
Today, the opposition party should parade through the capital Nairobi in its political battle to suspend the IEBC election commission summits.
"Otherwise the elections will not take place" Raila said yesterday.
"If NASA boycotts the elections, Kenyatta will remain President" is the response of the majority parliamentarians, who also met yesterday to examine some possible amendments to the electoral law.

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