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Discreet discretion and moderate moderation in judicial sentencing: A commentary on Kenya’s Sentencing Policy Guidelines, 2016
(STRATHMORE LAW JOURNAL, 2017-08)
Criminal sentencing is an integral part in in any judicial system for the fair administration of justice. The process of sentencing and the standards applied by judicial officers has, however, been a notoriously difficult ...
STATE DEFIANCE, TREATY WITHDRAWALS AND THE RESURGENCE OF AFRICAN SOVEREIGN EQUALITY CLAIMS: HISTORICISING THE 2016 AU-ICC COLLECTIVE WITHDRAWAL STRATEGY
(KABARAK UNIVERSITY, 2017-06)
At its January and July 2016 Assembly, the AU, continuing its long held call for African states to withdraw from the Rome Statute, adopted a decision indicating its most operational intent to so withdraw. In October 2016, ...
ENGENDERING RULE OF LAW IN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY IN KENYA
(Wisconsin International Law Journal, 2017)
The healthcare sector in Kenya has been in a state of turmoil for a long time with this manifesting itself in varied forms. This has in many ways translated to adverse outcomes on individuals seeking healthcare services. ...
Combating Unjustified Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures in the African Tripartite Free Trade Area (SADC-EAC-COMESA): SPS-Plus or SPS-Minus?
(Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies, 2017)
Sanitary and phytosanitary measures (SPS) are incessant non-tariff barriers (NTBs) to trade in both intra and extra-African trade. New SPS measures are now set up in the African Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) ...