Kibaki Assents to Prevention of Terrorism Act
Capital FM, 13 October 2012
President Mwai Kibaki has assented to two crucial bills, including the Prevention of Terrorist Act 2012 which gives law enforcers more powers in fighting terrorism in the country. Read more »
President Mwai Kibaki has assented to two crucial bills, including the Prevention of Terrorist Act 2012 which gives law enforcers more powers in fighting terrorism in the country.
Muslim Chiefs Want Terror Bill Shelved
The Star, 24 September 2012
A section of Muslim leaders have hit out at the proposed anti terrorism law describing it as draconian and called on the government to shelve debate to allow for public… Read more »
Leaders From the Muslim Community including Members of Parliament, have today called for the withdrawal of the Prevention of Terrorism Bill 2012 ... see more »
Pressure Mounts for Rejection of Anti-Terror Law
Capital FM, 23 September 2012
Muslim leaders have once again urged Parliament to reject the Anti-Terrorism Bill 2012 which they say will undermine the rights of Kenyans if passed in the current form. Read more »
Terror suspect in Mombasa
Delay in Anti-Terror Law Could Harm Trade
The Star, 18 September 2012
Kenya has less than 25 days to pass and implement the anti-terrorism law to avoid being classified in the same league as Iran and North Korea with serious economic consequences. Read more »
The Association of Muslims Organisation in Kenya has demanded that powers given to the police by the Prevention of Terrorism Bill 2012 be revised, arguing that the legislation is a ... Read more »
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