JIFA Newsflash #21 - Editorial - 31 August 2018

THE arrest and intended prosecution of Kenya’s deputy chief justice, Philomena Mwilu, reflects some of the painful and difficult strands in that country’s legal and political story. On the one hand there is the problem of restoring the reputation of the judiciary after a long period in which corruption on the bench was an acknowledged fact. On the other, the government in Kenya is not known for showing respect to the now-reformed judiciary and its decisions.


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