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Ali Mazrui and constitutionalism By Yash Pal Ghai

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Last Tuesday the first of the Annual Ali Mazrui Memorial Lectures was given in Mombasa under the auspices of the Umma University. I was greatly honoured to present it, with very distinguished discussants, Chief Justice Mutunga and distinguished lawyer Pheroze Nowrojee. Mazrui achieved an iconic status internationally as a political scientist. Like me, he was […]
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Does Kenya need a ‘Devolution Policy’?BY JILL COTTRELL GHAI

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“Policy” seems to be the current catchword of the government. It is undoubtedly a good thing for the government to plan carefully what it intends to do, and to share its intentions with us – indeed even better if they ask us what we think about its intentions. In fact the constitution requires both: it […]
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The Trial of Integrity in Kenya

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THE TRIAL OF INTEGRITY IN KENYA THE TRIAL OF INTEGRITY IN KENYA By PLO LUMUMBA Introduction The Constitution of Kenya 2010 has been described as progressive. Commentators have identified the provisions on national values and leadership as its two important pillars. This is logical because poor governance was at the very heart of the quest […]
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