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Preliminary results from about half of Kenya's 210 constituencies, show most citizens have voted yes for a new constitution. This could reshape the political landscape of east Africa's largest economy.
About 67 percent of the nation voted for the new constitution on Wednesday, with 33 percent voting against it. The results were based on returns from 75 percent of stations sending in votes electronically. This peaceful poll comes two years after a disputed presidential vote exploded into violence that killed 1,300 people.