Kenya votes 'yes' for reform of constitution
The official result of Kenya's referendum on a new constitution shows resounding support for reform.
The head of the electoral commission said 67% had voted in favour of the introduction of a new constitution.
Among the measures which will now go ahead are the introduction of a bill of rights, land reform and new curbs on the president's power.
Peter Greste reports.
- 5 August 2010
- BBC News