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Who is in charge of good governance in Kenya – of information, oversight, prosecution. There are quite a number of players. We name them and explain them for you.

The National Assembly

The National Assembly is one of the two arms or chambers of parliament, the other being the Senate. The role…

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IPOA – Independent Policing Oversight Authority struggling with NPS non-compliance

The Kenyan Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) is the authority that shall hold the Kenyan police accountable to the public,…

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The Governor isn’t really accountable in his County

The County Governor is – surprisingly enough rarely legally responsible for failures in good governance, because he does not sign…

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Rules for Public and State Officers

In law, there are always special rules for public and State officers. The rules for State officers are often more…

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Public Accounts Committee

The Committee is established under the Standing Orders of a respective County Assembly as a Select Committee. Functions of the Public…

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Public Service Commission

The Public Service Commission is, among other tasks, in charge of establishing and abolishing public offices and of appointing persons…

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Independent Commissions for Good Governance

Independent commissions established by the constitution have the task to ensure good governance in the respective fields which they are…

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The Senate

The Kenyan Senate’ main tasks are all related to the counties. It is one of the two houses or chambers…

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County Governor

The Governor is both the political and Administrative Head of the County. He is the one tasked with the overall…

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County Executive Committee

Article 179 of the Constitution states that the Executive authority of the County is vested in and exercised by a…

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