Author Archives: Natalie Moss

Presidential debates in Kenya: give ‘em the old razzle dazzle

Natalie Moss

In this blog, Natalie Moss explores Kenya’s 2013 electoral debates and their coverage in the media: what can we learn from the ways in which these debates were conducted? How were they presented in the media? In whose interests were the media acting? Natalie is a PhD student at Durham University, her research examines the history of […]

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By-elections in Kenya: a pass without honours for the IEBC

In less than six months Kenyans go to the polls in the first election to be held under the new constitution that is devolving governance to forty-seven new counties. Doubts remain over whether the commission tasked with delivering free, fair and credible elections is (at all) prepared. The recent by-elections dispelled some concerns, whilst highlighting […]

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