Thursday, March 26, 2015

Kenyan Politics Don't Seem to Change

The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) published on 24 March a commentary titled "Kenyan Political Leadership: The More Things Change . . ." by Sebastian Gatimu and David Wamugo Wagacha, both with ISS Nairobi. 

The authors concluded that the post-2010 political leadership in Kenya has been unable to adapt to the devolved system of governance, which calls for transparency and accountability.  Instead, leaders continue to engage in a way that is combative and confrontational, punctuated with negative political posturing. 

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