Kenya's Chief Legal Advisor on Election Law Loophole
The chief government legal advisor Prof. Githu Muigai is seeking Supreme Court's advice on the election. Currently the constitution does not provide for a solution in the event there is no clear simple majority winner in Presidential election.
Attorney General Githu Muigai has rushed to court to seal a loophole in Presidential election law.
The Star, 10 October 2012
Attorney General Githu Muigai has rushed to court to seal a loophole in Presidential election law.read more »
Capital FM, 9 October 2012
The Attorney General on Tuesday filed a 30-page petition at the Supreme Court seeking interpretation on attaining the one third gender rule and resolution of disputes in... read more »
The Star, 8 October 2012
Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta cannot be prosecuted at the International Criminal Court if he is elected President in 2013, according to the constitution.read more »
The Star, 6 October 2012
DEPUTY Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta could be sworn in as Kenya's fourth president at the Hague. Three voters yesterday filed a petition at the High Court seeking an order to allow... read more »