Former UN Chief Applauds Judiciary Reforms in Kenya

Kofi Annan, chairman of the African Union Panel of Eminent African Personalities, has commended the country for reforms in the judiciary, which will restore respect for the rule of law, he says.


Former UN chief Kofi Annan has called on the government to strengthen democratic institutions and the rule of law ahead of the 2013 elections (file photo).

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