Statements & Letters

KPTJ Statement on Human Rights Council Meeting – Durban 2009

KPTJ Statement on Human Rights Council Meeting – Durban 2009

We take great exception to the flippant tone and guileful dishonesty the Government of Kenya has initially adopted in its…

Statement on Hon Ms Martha Karua’s Resignation as Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs

Statement on Hon Ms Martha Karua’s Resignation as Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs

Nairobi April 6, 2009: Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) would like to state as follows:The resignation of…

Statement on the state of fundamental freedoms in Kenya

Statement on the state of fundamental freedoms in Kenya

The events of the past three days compel us to evaluate the state of fundamental freedoms in Kenya, and the…

Response to Jorgen Elklit’s Rebuttal to KPTJ’s Criticism of IREC

Response to Jorgen Elklit’s Rebuttal to KPTJ’s Criticism of IREC

Elklit argues in his “rebuttal” that purposive sampling was the only feasible option for IREC, given its  mandate. KPTJ disagrees…

Kivuitu Responds to KPTJ Regarding the Findings of the 2007 Disputed Elections.

Kivuitu Responds to KPTJ Regarding the Findings of the 2007 Disputed Elections.

Former Electoral Commission of Kenya Chairperson Samuel Kivuitu responds to KPTJ letter regarding the findings of the 2007 disputed elections….

Unfinished Business: An examination of the IREC report

Unfinished Business: An examination of the IREC report

Change for the sake of change is folly. Change without having established the ill is worse.Until and unless one has…

KPTJ Press Statement Regarding ECK and the Independent Review Commission into the 2007 General Elections

KPTJ Press Statement Regarding ECK and the Independent Review Commission into the 2007 General Elections

Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) notes with deep concern and disappointment thefindings of the Electoral Commission of…

Preliminary Response to the Mediation Process in Kenya

Preliminary Response to the Mediation Process in Kenya

The Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) coalition and the National Civil Society congress (NCSC) wish to reiterate…

KPTJ Statement on Police Brutality

KPTJ Statement on Police Brutality

POLICE COMMISSIONER MUST RESIGN TO SAVE KENYA FROM FURTHER BUTCHERY BY THE POLICEThe announcement by the Minister for Internal Security…