Duration: 30 minutes
The Kenyan opposition disputes the outcome of a recent presidential election. They have a significant power base in the new parliament. More protests have been called this week as supporters of the Orange Democratic Movement continue to claim that Raila Odinga was elected president. 600 people have died in post-election and tribal violence. Last week on Hardtalk, Martha Karua, Kenya's Justice Minister, accused Odinga and his party of 'ethnic cleansing'. Stephen Sackur asks him for his response.
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