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Kenyan judges stop president's reforms as attempt to 'dismember' the constitution

By Richard Albert, Professor of World Constitutions and Director of Constitutional Studies, University of Texas at Austin
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The Court of Appeal of Kenya has upheld the High Court’s ruling that attempts to overhaul the country’s constitution violated its basic structures.


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