Elections 2013 | Creating an Informed Electorate and How Open Data Can Help

From *iHub_ ยป iHub Research Sun Nov 18 2012, 17:37:30

On March 4th , 2013, The President, Senators, County Governors, Members of Parliament, Civic Wards and Women County Representatives will be elected. These elections will be different from past ones as they will be primarily governed by the new constitution that was passed during the August 2010 referendum. The default role of citizens is to exercise [...] Related posts:

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