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BY NAMULONGO PETER,NAIROBI,10TH AUG 2017-The European election Observer mission has urged all parties aggrieved with the outcome of the elections to use established legal ways in seeking redress.
Addressing the press in Nairobi Thursday 10th the mission led by chief observer Marietje Schaake the mission has urged all concerned parties and especially political leaders to use their influence in providing a solution and preaching peace.
She further commended the manner in which IEBC conducted the entire process challenges not withstanding.They have however noted that the results transmission formats need to be looked into in future with aim of finding out which specific one could be acceptable to all without raising questions.
They have urged Kenyans to be calm and peaceful saying the election was not the end in itself.
THey have also urged for proper investigation into the murder of IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando and whether his death has impacted the outcome of the elections.
The mission is also urging all concerned allow IEBC time to complete tallying of votes and announcement of the same and if there are not satisfied they should follow the legal ways and go to court.
Schaake also noted that lack of trust in electoral process could not be compensated by technology.However appreciated the functioning of the entire voting system and work of IEBC in 2017 elections.