Constitutional Law, Issue 90 - July 2023, Legislation
July 06, 2023
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Constitutional silences and their role in shaping legal doctrine in Kenya

A Constitution does not work by itself or speak like an oracle.[1] It is by judicial interpretation that many a time you breathe life into the provisions of a Constitution.[2] At the heart of this is the task of construing the true meaning and intent of explicit constitutional provisions. However, a Constitution, like any document, […]

Constitutional Law, Issue 83 - Dec 2022, Trending News
December 30, 2022
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Is the position of the Prime Cabinet Secretary constitutional? an interrogation through the lens of the 2010 constitution

The debate seemed to have been ignited during the vetting of the respective Cabinet Secretaries in the National Assembly. While commenting on the same, the Honorable Speaker empathically with a voice of authority noted that the position and the nomination were done in conformity with the constitution. He specifically addressed himself as to Article 152 […]