On the Occasion of the Republic of Kenya’s National Day, here’s a press statement from Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton:

“On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am delighted to send best wishes to the people of Kenya as you celebrate 49 years of independence this December 12. Jamhuri Day is an opportunity for Kenyans to honor your commitment to liberty, democracy, and statehood and to look toward the historic challenges and opportunities of the year ahead.

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“Kenya’s national elections on March 4, 2013, are an opportunity for Kenya to take another bold step in implementing its new constitution and strengthening its democracy. We hope that all Kenyans, no matter their gender, ethnicity, religion, or geographic affiliation, will exercise their right to vote and help ensure Kenya’s elections are free, fair, and peaceful. The United States is a friend and partner, and we stand together with all Kenyans committed to the promise of the new constitution.

“Congratulations on this special day, and best wishes for a year filled with peace and prosperity.”

Saturday / in the park / I think it was Jamhuri Day (Chicago)

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