Archive for the ‘Elections Database’ Category
The Commission of Inquiry into the Post Election Violence (CIPEV) – The Waki Report 2008
Submitted by William Ang'awa Wednesday, 5 November 2008
The Waki Report – The mandate of the Commission of Inquiry into post –election violence (CIPEV) was to investigate the facts and circumstances surrounding the violence, the conduct of state security agencies in their handling of it, and to make recommendations concerning these and other matters.
The Commission of Inquiry into the Post Election Violence (CIPEV) began on 23 rd May 2007 with an announcement published in the Kenya Gazette Notice No.4473 vol.cx-no.4.
The report is known in the media and by Kenyan citizens as The Waki Report – after the Chairperson of the Commission.
The members of the Commission as appointed were its Chair, Mr Justice Philip Waki, a judge of Kenya’s Court of Appeal and two Commissioners, Mr Gavin McFadyen (New Zealand) and Pascal Kambale (Democratic Republic of Congo). Two Kenyans, Mr David Majanja and Mr George Kegoro, were appointed the Counsel Assisting the Commission and Commission Secretary.
Commission work was funded by the Government of Kenya (GOK) and the multi donor Trust Fund for National Dialogue and Reconciliation, managed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
The Commission took an oath of office before the Chief Justice on 3rd June 2008 and held its first press conference the same day.
Kenya Election Reports
Submitted by William Ang'awa Monday, 24 December 2007
Click the report title to download the following zipped reports. These are in the Snapshot (.snp) format; a single file which can be viewed and printed by the Microsoft Snapshot Viewer – they can be viewed on computers which do not have Microsoft Access installed.
Report 1 – History Of Kenya Elections 1963 -2002
The following report will assist you in researching into Parliamentary nominations in Kenya. These have been divided into 14 Reports – (Reports 2 – 15):
Report 2 – Candidates nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections – Who served as MPs prior to 2002 elections.
Report 3 – Candidates nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections – Incumbents or MPs who served in Kenya’s 9th Parliament (2002 – 2007).
Report 4 – Candidates nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections – Newcomers – These candidated have never been nominated for any Parliamentary Elections in Kenya.
Report 5 – Candidates nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections (who have been previously nominated but have never won).
Report 6 – Women Candidates Nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections.
Report 7 – Women Candidates Nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections By Political Parties.
Report 8 – Summary of All Candidates Nominated for 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections.
Report 9 – Summary of All Candidates Nominated For 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections by All Political Parties.
Report 10 – Summary Details Of Kenya Political Parties 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections.
Report 11 – Summary of 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections All Political Parties.
Report 12 – 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections Political Parties Details.
Report 13 – 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections Constituency Summary.
Report 14 – 2007 Kenya Parliamentary Elections Constituency Details.
Report 15 – 2007 Kenya Elections 2007 Presidential Candidates.
Kenya Election Database – Systex Solutions
Submitted by William Ang'awa Sunday, 23 December 2007
SYSTEX SOLUTIONS – Kenya Election Database
The Kenya Election Database Version 1.0 is a strategic planning and data analysis software developed by SYSTEX Solutions based in Nairobi, Kenya with the support of www.kenyaelections.com. The database is available as a CD-ROM.
The Kenya Election Database is a detailed analysis of Kenya Parliamentary elections since 1969 and by-elections since 1993. It also covers the Presidential elections since 1992. Users of the database can research the results of 2,089 constituency elections covering over 11,000 candidate results.
The Kenya Election Database contains details of Kenya ‘s 210 constituencies. Updates can be inserted onto database.
2 Constituency and election details,
3 Presidential Elections,
4 Political Parties,
5 Province population censuses 1969 – 1999,
6 Province and district census,
7 District and divisional census,
8 Divisional and location census,
9 Urban centre censuses,
10 Voter registrations,
11 Province statistics
13 Analytical reports
The database has 200 reports that can be viewed and printed on screen.
The Kenya Election Database CD-ROM contains an article on how to plan for elections using data available within the database.
For further information:
P.O Box 2523 – 0200 CITY SQUARE,
Nairobi, Kenya, East Africa
Or www.kenyaelections.com – For international enquiries.