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Why Nyeri will remain without deputy governor

POLITICS

The Kenya Law Review Commission (KLRC) had flagged legal inconsistencies that would arise in the event a governor’s office fell vacant, but the legislative proposals were not followed through.

Why Nyeri will remain without deputy governor

By Roselyne Obala | 4 years ago

Law review stakeholders meeting

Law review stakeholders meeting

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| 9 years ago

Identify, punish saboteurs of law review

It is inconceivable there is anyone within the borders of Kenya who is not aware of the seriousness with which the Government is according the push for a new constitution.

| 10 years ago

Law review: Judges could face screening

It may have been too early for judges to celebrate when Parliamentary Select Committee threw out Committee of Expert’s recommendation they be sent home pending vetting.

| 11 years ago

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