The Supreme court has rejected one petition and consolidated all the 9 petitions files to relating to the the 2022 presidential elections and from them crafted nine issues for determination.
Did the technology deployed by the IEBC meet the standard
Whether the technology deployed by the IEBC for the conduct of the 2022 general elections met the standards of integrity, verifiability, security and transparency to guarantee accurate and verifiable results.
Was the tempering
Whether there was interference with the uploading and transmission of Forms 34A from the polling stations to the IEBC Public Portal.
Were there different form 34As
Whether there was a difference between Forms 34A uploaded on the IEBC Public Portal and the Forms 34A received at the National Tallying Centre, and Forms 34A issued to the Agents at the Polling Stations.
Did postponement of some Gubernatorial elections result in voter suppression
Whether the postponement of Gubernatorial Elections in Kakamega and Mombasa Counties, Parliamentary elections in Kitui Rural, Kacheliba Rongai and Pokot South Constituencies and electoral wards in Nyaki West in North Imenti Constituency and Kwa Njenga in Embakasi South Constituency resulted in voter suppression.
Discrepancies in votes for president and other post
Whether there were unexplainable discrepancies between the votes cast for presidential candidates and other elective positions.
Did IEBC carry out a verification
Whether the IEBC carried out the verification, tallying, and declaration of results in accordance with Article 138 (3) (c) and 138 (10) of the Constitution.
Did any candidate meet the 50 percent plus one vote threshold?
Whether the declared President-elect attained 50%+1 vote of all the votes cast in accordance with Article 138 (4) of the Constitution.
Were there irregularities and illegalities
Whether there were irregularities and illegalities of such magnitude as to affect the final result of the Presidential Election.
What reliefs and orders can the Court grant or issue?