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KENYA HIRES EXPERTS TO DRAFT BILLS.

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Four foreign experts hired to assist in drafting legislations to implement the Constitution will begin work next month, Attorney General Amos Wako has said. The AG said the experts would assist the State Law Office and the Kenya Law Reform Commission in drafting laws in finance, devolution, land, the electoral system and representation of the people. The experts from the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Uganda, will also provide expertise to Government ministries, departments and agencies involved in preparation of Bills. Identified by the Commonwealth Secretariat, the consultants who report to work on February 1 are Michael Wright, Ian Gray, Werner Krull and Margaret Ndawula. Speaking during a meeting with members of the Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC), Wako said more experts would be engaged and urged the CIC to consider hiring similar independent consultants to review Bills submitted to them .

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