by Published by, Fountain Publishers on behalf of, Kituo cha Katiba in Kampala .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 50-51).
|Statement||editors, Saida Yahya-Othman, Joseph Sinde Warioba.|
|Contributions||Yahya-Othman, Saida., Warioba, Joseph Sinde., Kituo cha Katiba.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||2008346700|
Book Review - The Constitution of Kenya, - An introductory commentary. View/ Open. Journal article (Kb) Date Author. Kibet, Eric. Metadata Author: Eric Kibet. 1 Devolution in Kenya’s new Constitution Introduction At independence in the Majimbo1 Constitution Kenya adopted provided for devolution of government . in Kenya’s constitutional reform process in 1. The Constitution of Kenya (the present constitution with amendments that has been in existence since Cited by: constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Act (on constitutional review) constitution of Kenya Constitution of Kenya, (Independence Constitution) .
The Constitution of Kenya was ratified by Kenyans on the August 4, referendum by Over 67% of Kenyans who voted during the referendum approved of the . The Constitution of Kenya (the present constitution with amendments that has been in existence since ); 2. The Draft Constitution of Kenya, - the . Public participation in constitution-making: A critical assessment of the Kenyan experience A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Law of the University of . There is a renewed interest in a new constitutional order in Kenya. A bad constitution is blamed for the post-election crisis, allowing the president to pack the .
The review organs were mandated to collect people’s views on what should constitute the new constitution 3. Civil education. In which the review commissions explain to the public their role in the review process, 4. Convening of constitutional conferences like the Bomas constitutional conference where contentious issues are discussed and. the first Constitution of Kenya Review Act was adopted, but only after another three years of intense political struggle was the Act revised sufficiently to meet the major demands of civil society and opposition parties. In June , the Constitution of Kenya Review Commission (CKRC), headed by Yash Pal Ghai, 9started work. No. 9 Constitution of Kenya Review 3 PART VI — EXPENSES OF THE REVIEW PROCESS 52—Funds for expenses of the review process. 53—Constitution of Kenya Review Fund. 54—Remuneration and allowances of Members. 55—Accounts and audit. PART VII — GENERAL PROVISIONS 56—Disobedience of summons. The Committee of Experts for the Constitutional Review Process are tasked with preparing a new Constitution for Kenya. The Committee of Experts began their task in early , after a delayed start. The Committee were expected to produce a draft by the first quarter of