Opposition supporters flee from tear gas grenades fired by riot police, during a protest in downtown Nairobi, Kenya Monday, May 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Ben Curtis)
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Kenyan police fired tear gas and beat opposition demonstrators with truncheons Monday to stop them storming the offices of the electoral commission to demand its dissolution.Odinga, who lost his latest bid for the presidency in 2013, accuses the electoral commission of being biased towards President Uhuru Kenyatta.Kenyatta beat Odinga by more than 800,000 votes to win the presidency in 2013 .The next election in August 2017 is shaping up as a rematch of the 2013 election, with 71-year old Odinga expected to try to unseat Kenyatta, 54 .
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