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U.S. Secretary Of State John Kerry Pleased With Kenya’s Electoral Reforms

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Monday he was pleased to see progress in reforming Kenya’s electoral commission and urged that differences be resolved through peaceful means in lead up to the 2017 elections.

“Let me just emphasise that holding a free and fair, peaceful credible election is a critical step in consolidating Kenya’s decmocracy,” he told a news conference.

Kerry said that the United States would give $25 million this year to help prepare for the vote.

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