Kriegler and Waki Reports on Elections v. List of Acronyms. AIDS. Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. AP. Administration Police. CIPEV. Commission. Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Post Election Violence (CIPEV). Imprint: Nairobi: Govt. Printer, ; Physical description: xv, p.: ill. ; 25 cm. This resource pack is a simplified version of the report of the Commission of Inquiry into Post Election Violence (CIPEV), , popularly known as the Waki.
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The fact that armed militias, most of whom developed as a result of the s ethnic clashes, were never de-mobilized led to the ease with which political and business leaders reactivated them for the post-election violence. EngvarB from May Use dmy dates from May Politics of Kenya Government agencies of Kenya in Kenya. The Waki Commission instead handed the list erport alleged perpetrators to Kofi Annan.
repoet The post-election violence was also more widespread than in the past. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan brokered a power-sharing agreement which included the appointment of the Waki Commission to investigate the violence.
This happened where there was an expectation that violence was inevitable whatever the results of the elections. Sadly, violence has been a part of Kenya’s electoral processes since the restoration of multi party politics in The report recommends concrete measures to improve performance and accountability of state security agencies and coordination within the state security mechanism, including strengthening joint operational preparedness arrangements; developing comprehensive operational review processes; merging the two police agencies; and establishing an Independent Police Complaints Authority.
In response to a query by Joseph Lekutonon 16 DecemberOrwa Ojode the Assistant Minister for Provincial Administration and Internal Security confirmed to parliament that the commission had cost Kshs 7, with the Kenya Government contributing Kshs 5, and donors contributing Kshs 1, Odinga and many international observers claimed the elections were at least partially manipulated.
A service provided by. The post-election violence is also the story of lack of preparedness of, and poor coordination among, different state security agencies.
The widespread belief that the presidency brings cipfv for the President’s ethnic group makes communities willing to exert violence to attain and keep power. Tools API – Real-time data stream to power next-generation apps.
Part III deals reoort four cross cutting issues: Published on 16 Oct — View Original. The Kenyan Government was then given 1-year, beginning Julyto set up a Tribunal to deal with issue.
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Inequalities reort economic marginalization, often viewed in ethnogeographic terms, were also very much at play in the post-election violence in places like the slum areas of Nairobi. Retrieved 8 January Luos and Kalenjin were also targeted in the areas surrounding Nakuru and Naivasha. Following the declaration, violent protests erupted particularly in Kiberaand this included ethnic violence targeted against Kikuyu people living outside their traditional settlement areas, especially in the Rift Valley Province.
Submit Content Share information through ReliefWeb to better inform humanitarians worldwide. However, the violence that shook Kenya after the general elections was unprecedented.
The election was strongly marked by tribalism with Kibaki coming from the most cipeg Kikuyu ethnic group which has dominated Kenyan politics since independence and Odinga an ethnic Luo allied with other smaller ethnic groups. Failure to do this would see the ICC would pick up the matter beginning August Executive Summary The mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence CIPEV was to investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the violence, the conduct of state security agencies in their handling of it, and to make cipv concerning these and other matters.
How to submit content. It was by far the most deadly and the most destructive violence ever experienced in Kenya. In some ways the post-election violence resembled the ethnic clashes of the s and was but an episode in a trend of institutionalization of violence in Kenya over the copev. Location Maps ciipev Country maps for your reports and presentations. Also, unlike previous cycles of election related violence, much of it followed, rather than preceded elections.
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The Kenyan presidential election of was held in December In general, the police were overwhelmed by the massive numbers of the attackers and the relatively effective coordination of the attacks. One of the main findings of the Commission’s investigations is that the postelection violence was spontaneous in some geographic areas and a result of planning and organization in other areas, often with the involvement of politicians and business leaders.
While the National Cpiev Intelligence Service seemed to possess actionable intelligence on the likelihood of violence in many parts of the country, it was not clear whether and through which channel such intelligence was shared with operational security agencies. The mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into Post-Election Violence CIPEV was to investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the violence, the conduct of state security agencies in their handling of it, and to ci;ev recommendations concerning these and other matters.
The tribunal will have an international component in the form of the presence of non-Kenyans on the senior investigations and prosecution staff. The Report comprises 5 Parts.
Attackers organized along ethnic lines, assembled considerable logistical means and traveled long distances to burn houses, maim, kill and sexually assault their occupants because these were of particular ethnic groups and political persuasion.