Ethnicization of Kenyan Presidential Elections in 2017

Maria Piotrowska


The article investigates the efficiency of the centripetal requirement of the territorial distribution of votes in the presidential elections in Kenya. This is power-sharing response to ethnic division in the country and its electoral clashes, tribalism and
polarization of the political scene. By analyzing the presidential election results since 1992, I argue that the introduced judicial solutions (including Constitutional reform in 2010), fail to alter ethnical voting pattern and elect pan-ethnic president.

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