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Election Law Journal
Following the outbreak of severe violence over the 2007 vote results, the success of Kenya's democratic transition was riding on the quality of the March 2013 general election. The 2007-2008 violence prompted wide-ranging reform of the political system, electoral institutions in particular. This article examines the quality of the election, relying on a new methodologythe Election Administration System Index (EASI). Utilizing an expert-based survey, EASI allows a quantitative evaluation of thedoi:10.1089/elj.2014.0248 fatcat:g22jalnmlreu7c4mcaijthexqe