GLADYS MACHARIA: Courts can't delegate president's powers to CJ

In Summary
  • The deputy president, who is the principal assistant of the president, let alone the courts, cannot appoint judges
  • It is a mandate purely bestowed upon the president

One thing that was evident throughout the constitutional review process culminating in the 2010 Constitution was the people’s involvement in making choices regarding the system of governance they ...

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