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The report concludes that the post-election violence was more than a mere Chair, Mr. Justice Philip Waki, a judge of Kenya's Court of Appeal Also available at niribopaca.ml The CIPEV is often referred to as the “Waki Commission,” after Chairman / Reports/niribopaca.ml Kriegler Report-Summarised Version. Kriegler and Waki Reports on Elections 1. The Independent Review Committee (IREC). The Kriegler Commission.


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The Report comprises 5 Parts. Part I of the Report is an Introduction which discusses the historical context of the violence; Part II is a narration of the violence province by province. Part III deals with four cross cutting issues: sexual violence, internally displaced persons, the media and the nature and impact of the violence. Part IV deals with acts and omissions of state security agencies and impunity; and Part V contains recommendations made with a view to the prevention of future reoccurrence of large scale violence; the investigation of alleged perpetrators; and how to tackle the culture of impunity that has become the hallmark of violence and other crimes in the country.

Sadly, violence has been a part of Kenya's electoral processes since the restoration of multi party politics in However, the violence that shook Kenya after the general elections was unprecedented.

Kenya: Commission of Inquiry into the Post Election Violence (CIPEV) final report

It was by far the most deadly and the most destructive violence ever experienced in Kenya. Also, unlike previous cycles of election related violence, much of it followed, rather than preceded elections. The post-election violence was also more widespread than in the past. It affected all but 2 provinces and was felt in both urban and rural parts of the country. Part I of the Report is an Introduction which discusses the historical context of the violence; Part II is a narration of the violence province by province.

Part III deals with four cross cutting issues: sexual violence, internally displaced persons, the media and the nature and impact of the violence. Part IV deals with acts and omissions of state security agencies and impunity; and Part V contains recommendations made with a view to the prevention of future reoccurrence of large scale violence; the investigation of alleged perpetrators; and how to tackle the culture of impunity that has become the hallmark of violence and other crimes in the country.

However, the violence that shook Kenya after the general elections was unprecedented. It was by far the most deadly and the most destructive violence ever experienced in Kenya.

Also, unlike previous cycles of election related violence, much of it followed, rather than preceded elections.

The Waki Report (Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence)

The post-election violence was also more widespread than in the past. It affected all but 2 provinces and was felt in both urban and rural parts of the country.

Previously violence around election periods concentrated in a smaller number of districts mainly in Rift Valley, Western, and Coast Provinces. As regards the conduct of state security agencies, they failed institutionally to anticipate, prepare for, and contain the violence.If you used flash media to store sensitive data, it is important to destroy the media.

The widespread belief that the presidency brings advantages for the President's ethnic group makes communities willing to exert violence to attain and keep power. Luos and Kalenjin were also targeted in the areas surrounding Nakuru and Naivasha.

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However, in most parts of the country affected by the violence, failure on the part of the Kenya Police and the Provincial Administration to act on intelligence and other early warning signs contributed to the escalation of the violence. This free-for-all was made possible by the lawlessness stemming from an apparent collapse of state institutions and security forces.

The Kenyan Government was then given 1-year, beginning July , to set up a Tribunal to deal with issue.

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