Voters in Kenya look set to adopt a new constitution, according to partial results.
An estimated two-thirds of ballots cast in a referendum appear to be in favour.
The law could reshape the politics of east Africa’s largest economy after years of disputed and violent elections.
President Mwai Kibaki backed the new charter to prevent a recurrence of the bloodshed that followed disputed 2007 elections. More than 1300 people died in tribal bloodshed.