oa ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa - Socio-economic rights in Kenya's new Constitution : conference paper
|Article Title||Socio-economic rights in Kenya's new Constitution : conference paper|
|© Publisher:||Dullah Omar Institute|
|Journal||ESR Review : Economic and Social Rights in South Africa|
|Publication Date||Nov 2010|
|Pages||20 - 21|
|Keyword(s)||London School of Economics and Political Science|
Agitation for institutional and constitutional change in Kenya has being going on for well over 60 years. In the 1950s this came from the Mau Mau, who fought the colonial British administration. In the early 1960s, the political elite went on to the Lancaster House talks in London that produced the independence Constitution in 1963. Since then, numerous amendments have been made to the Constitution, most of them aimed at marshalling power.
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