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Players will enhance collaboration to optimize the role of the Political Parties Liaison Committee of Kenya, a dialogue platform pitying Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), ORPP  and fully registered political parties, established under Section 38 of the Political Parties Act,2011. This came to the fore during a post-election evaluation forum held on 23rd December, 2022, in Nairobi.


ORPP team and stakeholders during the forum

The evaluation aimed at identifying key achievements and areas of improvement in subsequent elections.

Stringent electoral timelines, inadequacies of intra-political parties' democracy and shortfalls in party lists were cited as some of the challenges that faced during the electoral process.

Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu appreciated the political parties for effectively participating in the last general election while calling for them to live by respective party ideologies in the current electoral cycle.

"I call upon you to advocate your ideologies and to guide members and supporters to participate in your party activities," urged the Registrar while speaking in the forum.

The need for further legal reforms and political /civic education were some of the recommendations for the gaps identified.

Participants' feedback received in the forum will form part of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) post-election report on the conduct of August 2022 general election.