ORPP was part of elections duty-bearing stakeholders’ roundtable discussions to deliberate on ways to mitigate electoral conflict before and after the elections.
Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu, who was among the lead speakers, highlighted various strides ORPP has taken to promote peace. Some of recent ones she enumerated included, a stakeholder partnership culminating in signing of Decency Charters to signify their commitment to uphold peace in elections; targeted capacity building; staged countrywide peace caravan; deployment of Monitors in all counties and constituencies to monitor political campaigns and other political activities; recent unveiling of Kenya’s Political Education Sourcebook, as a training/reference information tool for political parties, agents, candidates among others.
Registrar with some of the officials for African Union Election Observation mission on 21st July
The Registrar also informed of ORPP scheduled political parties’ Chief Agents training conducted from 23rd July to 30th July at national level and subsequent second level training to be conducted across clustered counties.
Most of the speakers present, urged for the public to accord trust and support to institutions managing or aligned to electoral process in the country for a credible 9th August,2022 general election.