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- Definitions of 'propaganda' and 'coming to terms' Alexander Chagema ?Prior to the August 8 elections, the word 'propaganda' featured prominently. This was because two sides of the political divide tried as much as possible to score off each other.
- KHRC targeted because it points out State excesses Makau Mutua The office of citizen is higher than that of president. Democracy dies in darkness but thrives where there is dissent.
- Disrespect for public institutions kills obligation to higher authority Houghton Irungu We can be inspired by the citizens, community leaders and police officers who urged non-violence while facing insults, rocks and bullets.
- We can’t fix gender imbalance in public office by enforcing law David Oginde What a man can do, a woman can do even better – so the adage goes. Unfortunately, this has not proved true for women seeking space in the highly competitive Kenyan political scene.
- Raila must prove poll was compromised at the constituency Kamotho Waiganjo If sufficient evidence is presented to impeach the election at this level, the Supreme Court will be bound to cancel the poll. Any evidence that does not go towards proving or disproving the above may be politically and socially entertaining, but will be of little legal value in determining the Court’s decision.