Economic and Administrative Implications of the Devolution Framework Established by the Constitution of Kenya

Albert K. Mwenda
Theme: General

Economic and Administrative Implications of the Devolution Framework Established by the Constitution of Kenya    File Size: 479.44 kB Downloads: 22365
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09 November 2010

The Constitution of Kenya was formally promulgated into law on 27th August 2010. The new constitution introduced major changes in the country’s governance framework. A key departure from the earlier system of governance is the shift from a highly centralised to a decentralised governance framework, comprising of two levels of government — the national government and 47 county governments. 


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