Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : Constitutional Reforms

CIC tells MPs off over pay

The Star Pg 8
Monday, 15 Oct 2012

The Commission on the Implementation of the constitution has defended itself against what they termed as “unwarranted attacks “on them by a section of parliamentarian’s .In a statement appearing in the local dail

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Big names in race for top PSC jobs

Daily Nation, pg 59
Tuesday, 16 Oct 2012

Five former and serving permanent secretaries are among 49 people in the race to head a reconstituted Public Service Commission. Forty people have been invited for interviews for the position of vice-chairperson and member in inte

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Constitutional Crossroads Between old and new Laws

Standard Pg 12
Monday, 15 Oct 2012

Lawyers are now at crossroads over conflicting decisions being issued by the High Court on this question. Some judges are entertaining petitions under the Constitution on claims dating back years before it was promulgated on

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MPs from Three regions back law on Gender Rule

Daily Nation pg 10
Monday, 15 Oct 2012

Legislators from three regions have pledged to rally their support for the implementation of the one third gender rule in parliament. The Lawmakers from Rift Valley, Western and Coast Province said they were in solidarity with wom

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Chiefs worried over their fate after polls

Daily Nation pg 11
Monday, 15 Oct 2012

Some provincial administrators in the North Rift region have called for the quick passage of the National Administration and Coordination Bill to outline their fate after the March, 4 General Election. There is lack of a clear tra

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Mining Bill not up to global standards, says CIC

Standard Pg 24
Friday, 12 Oct 2012

The Constitutional Implementation Committee (CIC) has expressed discontent with the draft Mining Bill, currently before Cabinet. CIC chair Charles Nyachae and his deputy Elizabeth Muli said the draft Bill does not fully meet the r

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MPs Mute on Kibaki’s Rejection of Bill.

Standard Pg 5
Thursday, 11 Oct 2012

President Kibaki’s rejection of the MPs’ Sh2.1 billion severance allowance has put the legislators in a quandary. Hitherto known as vocal and daring legislators, the zeal of Thursday’s nocturnal conspiracy has sl

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MPs grab powers from Salaries Commission

The Star Pg 1 & 6
Tuesday, 09 Oct 2012

MPs have given themselves the powers to have the final say on the salaries of all government officers. On Thursday night they secretly tripled the gratuity they get at the end of a parliamentary term of office. The MPs have powers

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