As diplomatic activity continues in Nairobi, Kenyan police fired tear gas to disperse more than 100 female opposition supporters marching towards a church in the capital, Nairobi.
David Kerini, a police commander, said: "They had not notified police about the demonstration.
"We asked them to disperse peacefully, which they refused and we were forced to fire tear gas."
Jacqueline Oduol, the chairman of the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) women's league, said: "We are calling for truth about what happened to our votes and the votes of Kenyans."Electoral commission accused
Meanwhile, Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice, an umbrella of civil society groups formed after the elections, presented a list of alleged charges to police against electoral commissioners and some staff.
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The charges include forgery, subverting the rule of law, making out false certificates and the abuse of office.