The immediate aftermath of the General Election held in December of 2007 highlighted the fragile link between the application of electoral law and the stability of the country’s socio-economic and governance structures. Considerable public debate has since been generated on the condition of Kenya’s electoral law and the role of the justice system in the resolution of disputes emerging from an electioneering exercise. Out of the need to provide the information necessary to inform and guide this debate and recognizing that informed and timely judicial decision-making contributes to socio-economic stability, the National Council for Law Reporting has prepared this comprehensive collection of judicial opinions on electoral law. Continue Reading
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