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The Link –April 2013

Enhancing governance for all

Articles in this issue: / Government urged to equip rural schools with facilities/ UNIDO establishes food-processing plants in Western Kenya/ Coast Province gets two fully fledged universities/ Managerial skills critical in health sector SPECIAL REPORT: TRANSITION TO DEVOLVED GOVERNMENT

Kenia hat gewählt

Wahlsieger ist vor Internationalem Strafgerichtshof wegen Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit angeklagt

Die Wahlen in Kenia, bei denen der neue Präsident, das Parlament, die Gouverneure, die County-Abgeordneten, Senatoren und Frauenbeauftragten gewählt wurden, fanden am 4. März 2013 landesweit in 33.000 Wahllokalen statt. Aus der Präsidentschaftswahl ging mit Uhuru Kenyatta ein Politiker als Sieger hervor, der vor dem Internationalen Strafgerichtshof (IStGH) wegen Verbrechen gegen die Menschlichkeit angeklagt ist. Insgesamt verliefen die Wahlen friedlich, sie waren jedoch von technischen Problemen geprägt.


Kenya held its most critical and complex elections in its 50th year since independence on March 4, 2013. Kenya is implementing a devolved 47-county system of government via these polls - electing governors, senators, county representatives and other officials to a brand new devolved structure of government.

Kenya holds mock elections

Major test run for up-coming general elections in Kenya was held by IEBC.

Kenias heißer März

Die anstehenden Wahlen werfen ihre Schatten voraus

Die Präsidentschaftswahlen am 4. März stehen bevor und mit ihnen die Parlamentswahlen, die Wahl der Gouverneure, der gewählten Vertreter in den 47 Counties, der 47 Senatoren und der Frauenvertreter. Das Jahr 2013 ist Wahljahr in Kenia. Ein Superwahljahr.

Kenya holds first-ever presidential debate

Kenya has held its first presidential debate - between all eight candidates in next month's tightly contested poll. Millions of Kenyans watched and listened to Monday's debate, broadcast live on national television, as well as all radio stations.

Katiba News Edition 5/2012

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, focussing on the implementation of the new constitution

Articles in his issue: *Ensuring a peaceful 2013 election* Security preparedness during the upcoming elections* Implementing Chapter 6 of the Constitution* Civic education under the new Constitution* Voter registration and the impending challenges

History of Constitution Making in Kenya

In August 2010 Kenya successfully promulgated a new Constitution. This wasthe culmination of a long struggle for a Constitution that would be responsiveto the social, economic and political needs of the people. One of the main aims of this book is to help people in developing a culture of constitutionalism from a point of knowledge through the documentation of thehistory of the process.

The Link –December 2012

Enhancing governance for all

Articles in this issue: / Mobile courts set to ensure speedy resolution of land cases / Tough traffic rules target cyclists and passengers / Kimathi University unveils wildlife conservancy / British government to remain impartial during the polls — SPECIAL REPORT: THE TRAFFIC (AMENDMENT) ACT SEEKS TO RESTORE SANITY ON KENYAN ROADS

Partnership for Peace

Building Peace from the Grass.Roots

This documentary celebrates the achievements of the Partnership for Peace project, the CSO networks and the communities which have hearts and minds to building peace in Kenya.