Constitutional implementation in Kenya, 2010-2015: Challenges and prospects
Deep seated interests pose three types of threats or challenges to the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. These interests seek to retain the status quo, reverse the gains, or manipulate the content, direction and pace of reform or implementation. Opportunities lie in focusing on the key agents of reform in the form of core institutions, agencies, organs, officials and individuals in Government, political process, the academy, the private sector, civil society and international community. The March 4, 2013 General Elections are essentially a referendum on fidelity to the Constitution, on the one hand, or the reversal or manipulation of the reform process.