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ORPP continued its commitment to seek feedback on its undertakings. To provide an avenue for structured feedback by varied stakeholders, ORPP hosted a multi-agency dialogue forum that runs from the 14th to 17th November 2022 in Machakos to reflect on its milestones and initiatives in the last polls for continual improvement. The Registrar while speaking at the start of the forum, appreciated stakeholders for their support and collaboration, a positive factor in the realization of ORPP’s successes in the last general election.

"This election evaluation exercise will help us identify the gaps and the possible areas of linkages and improvement going forward", said the Registrar while highlighting the raft of reforms undertaken.

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Registrar of Political Parties address stakeholders who attended the forum on 15th November 2022 in Machakos.

Other key speakers called for further legal review and increased stakeholder engagements to fit some challenges faced during the electoral cycle. In the meeting, ORPP highlighted its reflection on the polls including critical statistics of Special Interest Groups' participation, and received a view of focus group discussions held, all key in shaping Office policy and strategic outlook.

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