BBI ruling: Efforts to end electoral violence punctured

The question is whether the ruling was made out of convenience other than progressive realisation of our common aspirations as Kenyans

In Summary

• The judges failed to interrogate the constitutional amendment initiative with a view to safeguard Kenyans against electoral violence, which the BBI attempted to cure.

• This is despite recognising the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation Team in 2008 identified constitutional reform as a panacea to resolve the chaos

The ruling by High Court judges dismissing the BBI in totality has not only exposed the Judiciary deep feuds with the Executive but also exposed how their interpretation of law can injure the Kenyan ...

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