Kenya’s Constitutional Renewal

Posted on October 18, 2010. Filed under: Transitional Justice |

In late August, Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki promulgated the country’s new constitution: in a recent article for The Current Analyst, IJR programme manager Tim Murithi describes this event as “the culmination of a journey that begun over two decades ago when the first attempt was made to reform the constitutional order that Kenya had inherited from Britain, its former colonial power, in 1963.”

Read the full article here and find out more about the Transitional Justice in Africa programme here

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