Comments on The Public Private Partnerships Bill, 2021

Jackline Kagume & Leo Kemboi
Theme: Local government

Comments on The Public Private Partnerships Bill, 2021    |   File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 10   |   Post Date: 29 April 2021

The role of monitoring all government obligations as defined under Article 214(2) of the Constitution is placed on Parliament and the Cabinet Secretary for Finance as outlined under Article 211 of the Constitution. Managing Contingent liabilities is part of fiscal policy that directly affects the Kenyan Economy. Therefore, Approval of Contingent Liabilities should be left to Parliament and National Treasury. Section 8(g) is inconsistent with the Constitution and best practice.


Comments on The Land Lord and Tenant Bill, 2021

Jackline Kagume & Leo Kemboi
Theme: Fiscal Policy

Comments on The Land Lord and Tenant Bill, 2021    |   File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 10   |   Post Date: 29 April 2021

The Bill provides that the Tribunals established under the law shall have the power to determine, assess or vary rent payable.


Comments on The Public Finance Management (Amendment) Bill 2020

Jackline Kagume & Leo Kemboi
Theme: Finance

Comments on The Public Finance Management (Amendment) Bill 2020    |   File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 11   |   Post Date: 29 April 2021

This Bill proposes various amendments that are progressive and timely, in improving the Public Finance Management system in Kenya. A significant concern, however, is that Parliament should address the failure by accounting officers to provide Complete and Accurate financial statements in their reporting. 


Memorandum on Alcoholic Drinks & Control (Amendment) Bill, 2020


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Memorandum on Alcoholic Drinks & Control (Amendment) Bill, 2020    |   File Size: 277 kB Downloads: 177   |   Post Date: 03 February 2021

The ADCA Amendment Bill, 2020, is a private Members bill seeking to regulate negative externalities arising from excessive drinking by young consumers of alcohol. These youthful consumers in whose protection Section 2 is aimed, may be excessive consumers and represent the demand side while the producers are on the supply side of the market. The proposal to limit alcohol manufacturing, packaging and distribution to 750 ml will only cause huge adjustment costs on the supply side and not the demand side where the proposer asserts that problem of excessive drinking exists. 
 


Think Tank Initiative 2018 Policy Community Survey - Factsheet

IEA Kenya
Theme: Transparency

Think Tank Initiative 2018 Policy Community Survey - Factsheet    File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 336
Post Date:
15 May 2018

According to policy community survey conducted by IDRC Think Tank Initiative, The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA Kenya) performed excellent compared to their peers out of the 17 think tanks surveyed in Africa. In terms of Institution indicators, IEA Kenya out-shined their peers in the following areas; quality of research and knowledge making policy process. With regards to output ratings, IEA performed way better than its counter parts and some the these areas include; objectivity, quality of recommendations, accuracy and clarity of research, relevance and timeliness was also excellent.


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