Kenya's ruling Jubilee banking on gains from Constitution to win second term
Monday June 5 2017
President Uhuru Kenyatta (centre) and his deputy William Ruto (second left) on May 30, 2017 in Nairobi after he was cleared by the IEBC to run for a second term. PHOTO| WILLIAM OERI
Nzamba Kitonga, a Nairobi-based lawyer who chaired the Committee of Experts who drafted the Constitution, says that the 11th Parliament has done well on legislation, as most of the laws that were to breathe life into the 2010 Constitution have been enacted.
But Mr Kitonga cites policy as an area where the Jubilee government has in some instances tried to subvert the implementation of the Constitution.