The undelivered promise of electoral justice by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010:

Background information and possible reforms Since we attained self-independence as a nation in 1963, every single election that we have is always followed by unnumbered election petitions and a lot of violence. This clearly shows that Kenyans have no trust in our electoral systems including the electoral commissions that the 2010 Constitution of Kenya tends […]

Elections Law, Issue No. 85 - Feb 2023
January 27, 2023
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Democracy under attack in Brazil: 5 questions about the storming of congress and the role of the military

In images similar to those from the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on the U.S. Capitol, demonstrators were seen overwhelming and beating police while breaching the security perimeter of the buildings. It comes weeks after Bolsonaro was ousted in an election that saw the return of leftist former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. The Conversation […]

Elections Law, Headlines, Issue No. 84 - Jan 2023
January 20, 2023
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The Village Clod

Makua was once doing well in life, he had a somewhat happy home, beautiful wife with his children performing well in school. He looked back then and was proud of the decisions he made; one, going to university and acquiring an engineering degree and two, making his parents ΄proud΄ by marrying the woman his mother […]