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AOMA Election Observer Mission in Kenya

2022/08/12 10:04:30 PM

On 9th August, Kenya held its 12th General Election since independence and its 7th since the reintroduction of multiparty democracy in 1992. This is the third General Election to be held under the 2010 constitutional dispensation. Through this election, Kenya is also on the verge of transitioning power to its fifth President.

AOMA deployed five teams of observers to the Kenya General Election of 2022. The AOMA Election Observer Mission was charged with the responsibility of observing, assessing and reporting on the electoral process in line with applicable regional and international principles for democratic elections and the national legal framework governing elections in Kenya. The Mission was led by Hon. Grace Malera, Ombudsman of the Republic of Malawi, and comprised of Hon. Antonia Ara├║jo, Ombudsman of Angola, Hon. Pascal Essou, Ombudsman of Benin, Hon. Rtd. Judge Mathew Mwaimu, Chairperson of the Commission for Human Rights and Good Governance (CHRAGG) of Tanzania and staff of the AOMA secretariat. These teams were supported by staff of the Office of the Ombudsman of Kenya who also played a complementary role to the teams by serving as long term observers.

AOMA STATEMENT OF PRELIMINARY FINDINGS ON THE KENYA GENERAL ELECTION 2022


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