Multi-Party Politics in Kenya: The Kenyatta & Moi States & the Triumph of the System in the 1992 Election

By David W. Throup; Charles Hornsby | Go to book overview

Figures, Tables & Photographs
Figures
Figure 1.1 Ethnic and Linguistic Classification of Kenyansxii
Figure 7.1 Changing Constituency Boundaries, 1985-92251
Figure 7.2 Registration by Percentage of Eligible Voters261
Figure 7.3 Total registration (Daily Nation, 31 December 1992)264
Figure 7.4 Comparison of registered voters with Gazetted282
Number of Ballot Boxes and Streams
Figure 8.1 Kenya's Twenty Electoral Regions291
Figure 8.2 Percentage Increase, Votes in Final Election for KANU311
Figure 8.3 Political Realignments of KANU MPs (Oct-Dec 1992)332
Figure 9.1 Money Supply and Inflation353
Figure 10.1 Total Presidential Vote by Constituency for the436
Four Main Candidates
Figure 10.2 The Presidential Election Results438
Figure 10.3 Moi's Presidential Percentage of the Vote440
Figure 10.4 Matiba's Percentage of the Presidential Vote440
Figure 10.5 Kibaki's Percentage of the Presidential Vote441
Figure 10.6 Odinga's Percentage of the Presidential Vote441
Figure 10.7 Presidential Turn-out, 1992444
Figure 10.8 Moi and his Candidate's Votes447
Figure 10.9 Matiba and his Candidates' Votes447
Figure 10.10 Kibaki and his Candidates' Votes448
Figure 10.11 Odinga and his Candidates' Votes448
Figure 11.1 Malpractice in Molo459
Figure 11.2 Spoilt Votes and Parliamentary Majorities: An Anomoly461
Figure 11.3 The Rift Valley -- KANU Heratlands and Ethnic466
Borderlands
Figure 11.4 Odinga's Homeland -- Luoland Nyanza469
Figure 11.5 Central Province and Laikipia472
Figure 11.6 The South Coast, Natural KANU Territory474
Figure 11.7 The Arid North -- North-Eastern Province, the Northern Rift477
and Isiolo/Marsabit
Figure 11.8 The Southern Rift Periphery -- Kajiado and Narok478
Figure 11.9 North-Eastern Province Presidential Percentages of483
the Vote by Seat
Figure 11.10 Embu, Meru and Tharaka-Nithi -- The DP's Allied487
Territory
Figure 11.11 Nairobi Presidential Results491
Figure 11.12 Ukambani, Machakos, Makueni and Kitui Districts504
Figure 11.13 Kisii and Nyamira508
Figure 11.14 Western Province511
Figure 11.15 Sabatia -- Evidence of Ballot Destruction512
Figure 12.1 Changes in Percentage of the Vote in559
By-Elections, 1993-4
Figure 12.2 By. Elections in Kenya, 1993-7570

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