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Judiciary Watch Report- Judicial Reform in Kenya 1/2005

No.3 of the Judiciary Watch Series

The Kenyan Section of International Commission of Jurists wants to ensure that the rule of law is the norm. This Report takes a critical look at the constitutional making process, the issue of increasing democracy in the administrative structures of the Judiciary, the Kenya Anti-Corruption Office and the Attorney's General office and how they ought to be fighting corruption. Content is also an assessment report on how Kenya has performed in its attempt to fulfil the normative standards on the independence of the Judiciary and a wanting scenario written by Otiende Amollo.
CHAPTER 1

The constitution making process in Kenya

CHAPTER 2

Strengthening democratic process in the Kenyan Judiciary

CHAPTER 3

The principle of the 'lawful judge'

CHAPTER 4

The need for a disciplinary process in addition to the removal process for judges in Kenya

CHAPTER 5

The Attorney General as the chief Prosecutor in Kenya

CHAPTER 6

The role of the Judiciary, Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission (KACC)and the attorney General in the fight against corruption

CHAPTER 7

Kenyan government performance in fulfilling its obligation under the international law on judicial independence

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Appendices from a workshop convened by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung between 29th of March until 4th of April 2005

Independence of the Judiciary in Kenya-A wanting scenario

Role and responsibility of the Judiciary in interpreting the constitution

Opening remarks by the minister for justice and constitutional affairs