With all these reforms, the most successful was the electoral reforms with baptism of the Electoral Commission of Kenya to the Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) of Kenya and the enactment of electoral laws that fired the old corrupted commissioners.
What does ECK stand for?
ECK stands for Electoral Commission of Kenya
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The bungling of the 2007 elections greatly damaged the credibility of the Electoral Commission of Kenya ("ECK").
Most of the violence broke out right after the Electoral Commission of Kenya first delayed announcing the presidential results for days, then declaring Mwai Kibaki the winner of the presidency on 30 December 2007.
By 10:15pm the Electoral Commission of Kenya had released results from 69 of the country's 210 constituencies, with Odinga leading by 1,691,679 votes to 1,222,725 for Kibaki.
The east African country descended into violence soon after the electoral commission of Kenya announced President Mwai Kibaki of the Party of National Unity as the winner of the Dec.
constitutional reform, the Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK), and land issues.
Matters became even more dubious as the vote tallies were collected and recorded at the Electoral Commission of Kenya (ECK).
According to the Electoral Commission of Kenya, some 14 million Kenyans out of a 37-million-strong population are registered as voters.