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- Our hospitals are capable of doing much better Alexander Chagema When Dr Ouma Oluga, Secretary General of the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Union threatened a nationwide doctors’ strike last year, no one was prepared for the suffering that followed.
- Citizens in a democracy don’t owe loyalty to the President Makau Mutua The people in power don't have any authority of their own. Their power is donated – delegated to them – by the people. That's why the people have the inherent power to withdraw their delegated authority to the state.
- Political parties must become vessels within which democracy is nurtured Barrack Muluka Nominations have shown that parties are mere tools of exclusion and only loyalists get tickets.
- Denying IEBC powers to change vote tallies could spell trouble Kamotho Waiganjo Since its re-constitution after 2010, the Judiciary has continued to breathe life to the Constitution in ways that would have been unimaginable in the past.
- Re-train police officers on Prevention of Torture law Alexander Chagema A few decades ago, torture was a tool employed locally to keep dissenters in line and Nyayo House, despite its imposing majesty, is the living monument of torture in Kenya, for that is where those who stood up to authoritarianism were made to see the ‘errors of their ways’.