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Law: Bill of rights

By | November 14th 2009 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

Imagine this, a country where citizens have a right to good food, clean water, basic healthcare and where the elderly and people with special needs are protected by the state. Kenya aims to be one such state if the draft constitution by the committee of experts passes as it is. k-t-n’s Anne Soy Mwendia  moves away from the  contentious issues of the executive and devolution  that have blocked the  quest for a new constitution and ventures into the other silent, yet salient  provisions in the draft constitution.

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