Kenya's Supreme Court orders rerun of presidential election

Kenya is still under the spell of the elections. Today, Kenya's Supreme Court nullified President Uhuru Kenyatta’s election win last month and called for new elections within 60 days. "For the first time in the history of African democratization, a ruling has been made by a court nullifying the election of a president," says Chief Justice David Maraga, reported by CNN.

Even though, it is the first time that an election has been nullified, elections in Kenya often go hand in hand with unrest. In the previous edition ten years ago, the flower trade suffered with flights being cancelled and production stagnated. Fortunately, Kenyan flower farms and their sales were not affected that much by the post-election unrest over the last months (for more information see this article)

Click here to read the complete article about the rerun of the election published by CNN.

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