Kenya's rival political parties have agreed to set up an independent panel to review last year's disputed elections, Kofi Annan has said.
The former United Nations secretary general however said that a possible power-sharing agreement had not yet been finalised.The independent panel, including Kenyan and non-Kenyan experts, will investigate "all aspects" of the disputed election, said Mr Annan.
The committee is due to start work on 15 March and submit its report within three to six months, he added."We are there, we are very close, we are moving steadily," Mr Annan said, after two days of secret talks to end the crisis. [In a luxury hotel, of course]
Sorry? Are we there, nearly there or just on the way? Oh well, I suppose any move in the right direction has to be praised. After all, Tweedledum and Tweedledee weren't going to budge from their respective perches a week ago.