Commission of Inqury on Post Election Violence – KNDR

Kenyan National Dialogue and Reconciliation

COMMISSION OF INQUIRY ON POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE

Background
Recalling that the Parties have previously agreed to:

Identify and agree on the modalities of implementation of immediate measures aimed at:
·  Ensuring the impartial, effective and expeditious investigation of gross and
systematic violations of human rights and that those found guilty are brought to
justice.

And have expressed a commitment to:
·  Identification and prosecution of perpetrators of violence, including State security
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Constitutional Review- Long Term Issues – KNDR

Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation
LONGER-TERM ISSUES AND SOLUTIONS: CONSTITUTIONAL REVIEW

Background
Recalling the 1 February 2008 agreement by the Parties to deal with longterm
issues and solutions that may have constituted the underlying causes of
the prevailing social tensions, instability and cycle of violence, and recalling
the substantial discussions that have been held concerning constitutional
reform over recent years, the Parties to the Kenyan National Dialogue and
Reconciliation agree to the following general parameters and principles for the
establishment of a constitutional review processes. Continue reading

Independent Review Committee TORs – KNDR

Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation
INDEPENDENT REVIEW COMMITTEE

Terms of Reference

The members of the Panel of Eminent African Personalities (The Panel), together with
the Parties to the National Dialogue and Reconciliation:

Recalling the 14 February 2008 agreement by the Parties, witnessed by H.E. Kofi Annan
for the Panel of Eminent African Personalities, to establish an Independent Review
Committee, a non-judicial body, which would be mandated to investigate all aspects of
the 2007 Presidential Election and make findings and recommendations to improve the
electoral process;

Agreed that the Independent Review Committee (IREC) will be established under the
Commissions of Inquiry Act, and will conduct its mandate in accordance with the
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Truth, Justice & Reconciliation Commission Establishment – KNDR

TJRC
Kenyan National Dialogue and Reconciliation
TRUTH, JUSTICE AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION

Background
Recalling the 14 February 2008 agreement by the Parties for a Truth, Justice and
Reconciliation Commission, and in a spirit of reconciliation and national healing;
The Parties to the Kenyan National Dialogue and Reconciliation agree to the following
general parameters and principles for the establishment of such a commission:

General Parameters
A Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation Commission (“the Commission”) will be created through
an Act of Parliament, which will be adopted by the legislature within the next four weeks.
The Commission will inquire into human rights violations, including those committed by the
state, groups, or individuals. This includes but is not limited to politically motivated violence,
assassinations, community displacements, settlements, and evictions. The Commission will
also inquire into major economic crimes, in particular grand corruption, historical land
injustices, and the illegal or irregular acquisition of land, especially as these relate to conflict
or violence. Other historical injustices shall also be investigated.

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Kenya Inter-Cluster Team Situation Report No. 15, 07 – 10 Mar 2008: Kenya Post-Election Emergency Response – Cluster: Food Assistance

Kenya Inter-Cluster Team Situation Report No. 15 – Mar 07 – 10
Kenya Post-Election Emergency Response: Food Assistance Sector

Situation Overview

Kenya Red Cross, Government of Kenya (Office of the President / Special Programme) and WFP are coordinating the food pipeline and food assistance activities in Kenya building on the existing food assistance coordination mechanisms in Kenya.

The general security situation has been calm with highways and roads being accessible and open. No incidents related to post-election violence were reported during the reporting period. Security situation appears to be returning to normal. Police patrolling and check posts on the highways have improved. The order for military escort is no more in force since mid-last week and no incidence/event has been reported on this account since withdrawal of military escort. The night bus service, which was stopped since the post-election violence, is now expected to commence under military escort.

The authorities are encouraging IDPs in camps to return home. While there are few reports of return, majority of IDPs prefer to stay with host families closer to their farmlands. The IDPs feel secure living within their communities, which also gives them an opportunity to prepare their farms during the rainy season. It has been reported that families are already preparing their farmlands for the rainy season.

Determining the actual figure of IDPs in the camps/sites and those within the communities continues to be a challenge. The latest IDP number from KRC is 234,725 IDPs in 247 camps (as of 3 March). KRC estimates 150,000 IDPs as a medium term caseload, these are IDPs who will not be able to easily go home for different reasons.

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