Mixed reactions in Kenya over top court election ruling

Kenya's presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail after the top court annulled last month's election results and ordered a new poll in 60 days. That's despite international monitors insisting there was no major vote fraud.

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    Kenya's presidential candidates are back on the campaign trail after the top court annulled last month's election results and ordered a new poll in 60 days.

    That's despite international monitors insisting there was no major vote fraud.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta threatened to fix the judiciary after his victory was cancelled.

    Meanwhile, opposition leader Raila Odinga is calling for the electoral commission to resign.

    Al Jazeera's Stephanie Dekker reports from Nairobi.


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