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Published on August 3rd, 2017 | by Sarah Lafen

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International Center for Transitional Justice: In Focus – With Elections Just Days Away, Kenya Must Learn From Its Past

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ICTJ ICTJ In Focus 71
August 2017

In Focus

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Kenya's Security Sector Needs to Learn from the Past to Safeguard the Nation at this Critical MomentKenya’s Security Sector Needs to Learn from the Past to Safeguard the Nation at this Critical MomentKenya is just days away from the 2017 general election, but challenges dot the horizon, including the recent assassination of an election official. ICTJ’s Chris Gitari calls for a strong, accountable security sector and the implementation of the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission Report.

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