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|vetting Act Part 1.pdf
Created 08-Jun-2016 1009.34 KB 654 DownloadsDownload
|vetting Act pg 2.pdf
Created 08-Jun-2016 1002.76 KB 897 DownloadsDownload
|Vetting Substance pg 1.pdf
Created 08-Jun-2016 1.33 MB 819 DownloadsDownload
|Vetting Substance: Part 2
Created 08-Jun-2016 1.44 MB 851 DownloadsDownload
|Vetting Chart Procedure
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|Open Letter from Kampala Terror Suspects -2010
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|Symposium To Audit The Implementation Of Article 35 of The Constitution Of Kenya
Access to information in Kenya remains a challenge despite the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya in 2010, which under Article 35 guarantees the right of access to information for every Kenyan Citizen.
This is a summary of how far Kenya has made strides to achieve that end.
Created 03-Apr-2016 226.65 KB 617 DownloadsDownload
|The National Police Service Commission vetting documents
Vetting is a constitutional requirement Following the promulgation of the new Constitution, the entire legal framework for the police was redrafted, leading to the enactment of three distinct yet interrelated laws: the National Police Service Act, the National Police Service Commission Act, and the Independent Policing Oversight Authority Act. The NPS Act stipulates that all members of the NPS need to undergo vetting to assess their suitability and competence and can only remain in the Service when they pass the vetting- Section 7(2) and (3). The section stipulates that the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) is the institution tasked to carry out the vetting.
Created 03-Apr-2016 513.29 KB 943 DownloadsDownload
|Discussion Paper: Immunities in International Criminal Law The Challenges from Africa
The position taken by the African Union pertaining to immunities of Heads of State and other sitting officials under international criminal law, as evidenced in its adoption of a 2014 Protocol on Amendments to the Protocol on the Statute of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights, puts the continent directly in conflict with the scope of the International Criminal Court.
Given the complexity of the laws relating to immunities, both under customary international law and treaty law, it is paramount to crystallise the prevailing legal position, before evaluating strategies to affirm a commitment to closing the impunity gap in Africa.
Created 03-Apr-2016 300.98 KB 701 DownloadsDownload
|Letter to Saitoti on Notification of issuance of Provisonal Warrant for the arrest of President Al Bashir
Created 08-Jun-2012 554.96 KB 460 DownloadsDownload