National Super Alliance (NASA) leader Raila Odinga has maintained that the country must hold a fresh presidential election.
The opposition leader said that a fresh poll "will be the only way for people to get justice".
In a statement on his Facebook page, the former Prime Minister said he held discussions with Daniel Twining, the President of the International Republican Institute and wants a fresh presidential election as ordered by the Supreme Court.
"The political standoff will be well on course to resolution once all stakeholders are well informed of its underlying issues. It was a pleasure to meet a delegation from the International Republican Institute (IRI) led by President Daniel Twining," Raila wrote.
"Also present was Delaware Senator Chris Coons. We held a very candid and productive discussion that centered on the Kenyan political situation with particular emphasis on threats to democracy, constitutionalism and the rule of law. The role credible elections play towards the stability of any nation’s democracy was discussed at length."
"Our coalition maintains that justice must be done for our people through the conduction of free and fair elections as ordered by the Supreme Court."
The International Republican Institute is a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, and describes itself as an organization that "encourages democracy in places where it is absent, helps democracy become more effective where it is in danger, and shares best practices where democracy is flourishing."
Addressing a forum at Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC on Thursday, Raila asked the international community including the US to help Kenya come out of the current political crisis by supporting opposition quest to have a fresh presidential election.
"I have come to Washington to convey a very simple message. We need engagement with many arms of government (US) to help find solutions to the problems Kenya is facing because I am convinced that all is not lost. Kenyans are asking for a fresh and credible election," he said.
Raila is expected to return to Kenya this weekend.