Huge queues as Kenya votes on new constitution
A referendum on a new constitution is taking place in Kenya.
The document is designed to reform Kenyan politics and spare the nation from the kind of violence that followed a general election in 2007, when more than a thousand people were killed in disputes over the result.
Opinion polls suggest the new constitution will be approved.
Peter Greste reports from Eldoret in western Kenya.
- 4 August 2010
- BBC News