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KES 1M to petition election of president

10 January 2013, 12:08

Nairobi -  Petitioners who want to challenge the election of the President at the High Court will be required to pay KES 1 million.

According to Daily Nation, anyone who wants to file a petition should do so within seven days from the day the results of the presidential elections are announced, according to new rules governing presidential elections.

However, the MPs must approve the rules which seek to give effect to the Constitution and the Elections Act.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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