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Kenya's Parliament

Members' Participation 2008/9

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in cooperation with ICAD publishes a parliamentary analysis on a regular basis. The publication at hand covers the performance of parliament in the years 2008 and 2009 and targets politicians and interested citizens in order to provide them with information about the performance and efficiency of parliament and single MPs. The analysis promotes transparency of parliamentary work and gives detailed information about single MPs according to their district. This enables the citizens of Kenya to make an informed decision in elections.

The Link - November 2010

Enhancing Governance for all

Articles in this issue: Councils in debt crisisVarsity asked to reinstate Prof. KubasuRegional unity no panaceaVision 2030 requires altitude changeKieni makes own cooking oilInvest in agricultureSugar factories and localsNot yet uhuru for education sectorSpecial Report: The Public Service in the New ConstitutionSupplement: Partnership for EU Peace Project

Katiba News October 2010

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content:•Implementing the New Constitution•Which way the Civil Society in Kenya?•Restructuring Public Administration•The Hague Bechons

Die neue Verfassung Kenias „auf einen Blick“

Am 4. August 2010 wurde in Kenia in einem Referendum über eine neue Verfassung abgestimmt, die mit großer Mehrheit von der Bevölkerung angenommen und durch Präsident Mwai Kibaki am 27. August formal in Kraft gesetzt wurde.

The Link - October 2010

Enhancing Governance for all

Articles in this issue: CDF Looters put on noticeEAC Students free to Transfer CreditsInvest in Adult EducationReport Faults 8-4-4 SystemKemri get Grant from ObamaDemand for MBA GrowsSpecial Report: Government finally Legalizes Local BrewsSupplement: Partnership for Peace Project

Katiba News September 2010

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content:•From the old to the new - The story of 49 bills•The gender agenda•Revising the Standing Orders •Labour unrest - Will the new Constitution make things better?

The Link – September 2010

Enhancing Governance for all

Articles in this issue: Kenya reborn - Promulgation of a new Constitution marks the birth of the Second RepublicNew law brings hope for education sectorSaboteurs must not derail new ConstitutionWestern leaders split over new sugar millEA Community protocol to promote tradeSpecial Report: New law guarantees citizen participationSupplement: Partnership for EU Peace Project

Katiba News August 2010

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content:•There is work to be done•Back to the politics: Countdown to 2012•Still on the warpath•So, the opinion polls were correct? And the media fair?

The Link – August 2010

Enhancing Governance for all

Articles in this issue: More stories on the new constitutionEAC to build Mombasa-Dar roadFocus on councils budgetsEvolution of conflicts in KenyaSpecial Report: Now from old to new constitutionSupplement: Partnership for EU Peace Project

Das Verfassungsreferendum in Kenia – ein Gebot der Stunde

Kenia geht am 4. August 2010 einem Verfassungsreferendum entgegen. Es ist das zweite Mal seit Erlangung der Unabhängigkeit im Jahr 1963, dass den kenianischen Staatsbürgern ein Verfassungsentwurf zur Abstimmung vorliegt. Der Verfassungsentwurf, der im Jahr 2005 zur Entscheidung stand, ist am Nein der Kenianer gescheitert. Der jetzige Entwurf ist das Ergebnis eines Reformprozesses, den die kenianische Regierung im Jahr 2008 als Reaktion auf die Unruhen, die sich an den umstrittenen Wahlausgang der Präsidentschafts- und Parlamentswahlen im Dezember 2007 anschlossen, in Angriff genommen hat.