CIPEV REPORT PDF

Download report PDF 3. The Report comprises 5 Parts. Part I of the Report is an Introduction which discusses the historical context of the violence; Part II is a narration of the violence province by province. Part III deals with four cross cutting issues: sexual violence, internally displaced persons, the media and the nature and impact of the violence.

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Often individual members of the state security agencies were also guilty of acts of violence and gross violations of the human rights of the reporg. The post-election violence was also more widespread than in the past. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This happened where there was an expectation that violence was inevitable whatever the results of the elections.

Some areas witnessed a combination of the two forms of violence, where what started as a spontaneous violent reaction to the perceived rigging of elections later evolved into well organized and coordinated attacks on members of ethnic groups associated with the incumbent president or the PNU party. Also, unlike previous cycles of election related violence, much of it followed, rather than preceded elections. Inequalities and economic marginalization, often viewed in ethnogeographic terms, were also very much at play in the post-election violence in places like the slum areas of Nairobi.

Humanitarian Icons — Ready-to-use symbols and icons. RSS — Subscribe to information finely tuned to your needs. Learn more about ReliefWeb. Reort of Kenya Government agencies of Kenya in Kenya. As regards the conduct of state security agencies, they failed institutionally to anticipate, prepare for, and contain the violence.

A service provided by. ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since The fact that armed militias, most of whom developed as a result of the s ethnic clashes, were never de-mobilized led to the ease with which political and business leaders reactivated them for the post-election violence.

Contact Us — Ask questions and suggest improvements. Kenya Government and Parliamentary Inquiries. Retrieved 8 January The Kenyan Government was then given 1-year, beginning Julyto set up a Tribunal to deal with issue. Attackers organized along ethnic cpev, assembled considerable logistical means and traveled long distances to burn houses, maim, kill and sexually assault their occupants because these were of particular ethnic groups and political persuasion.

Following the declaration, violent protests erupted particularly in Kiberaand this included ethnic violence targeted against Kikuyu people living outside their traditional settlement areas, especially in the Re;ort Valley Province. 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.

Part I of the Report is an Introduction which discusses the historical context of the violence; Part II is a narration of the violence province by province. Related Posts.

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Often individual members of the state security agencies were also guilty of acts of violence and gross violations of the human rights of the reporg. The post-election violence was also more widespread than in the past. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This happened where there was an expectation that violence was inevitable whatever the results of the elections.

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