The two parties competing for the Kenyan presidency agreed on Friday to hold new elections within 60 days after the country’s top court nullified the election of the sitting president over concerns of meddling, a first in African history.
Despite broad acceptance of the supreme court’s ruling, international election observers, including former Secretary of State John Kerry, said they saw no interference with the vote, according to the Associated Press.
Kerry previously said he was confident in the integrity of the election. Though he conceded “little aberrations here and there,” he said the election was not rigged.
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