The Attorney General has called for an independent team to tally the presidential votes afresh and end post-election violence.
Mr Amos Wako said in a statement: "It is necessary, and I agree with the Catholic bishops and others, that a proper tally of the valid certificates returned and confirmed should be undertaken immediately and on a priority basis by an agreed and independent person or body."
Wako also suggested the formation of a government of all parliamentary political parties to end the national crisis.
He, however, noted that only an election court could nullify the election if a petition was filed because President Kibaki had been declared elected.
Wako said forms 16 and 16A are documents that can be made available for inspection by wananchi, adding that this could be done without a court order or election petition filed.
"Such an exercise will go a long way in assuaging people’s inflamed passions," he said.
Wako said this would help mediation, negotiations or constructive dialogue aimed at arriving at legal, political or policy decisions.
"It is of necessity that PNU, ODM, ODM-Kenya and other parliamentary political parties enter into constructive dialogue for a political solution," he said.
He defended the law enforcing agencies, saying they were using and will continue to use lawful means to ensure law and order was maintained.
The AG warned against targeting communities, saying this could result in serious crimes under international law, including genocide and crimes against humanity.
Wako said leaders should speak and act in a manner that contributed to peace.
The AG said the violent protests were degenerating into a catastrophe, adding that if left unchecked, they would destroy the nation’s economic and social fabric.
His statement came in the wake of revelations by the Electoral Commission of Kenya Chairman, Mr Samuel Kivuitu that poll irregularities in the presidential results could not be ruled out.
On Wednesday, Kivuitu revealed that he stumbled on a newly-filed result form from one of the constituencies whose documents were questioned by international observers and ODM.
It also comes at a time when hundreds of people have been killed and thousands displaced over post-election violence.