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Wambui Mwangi 46m
Dear Chief Justice The current gender composition of your court is constitutionally non-compliant re: 27(8). How can we trust you?
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @aleyakassam
We just don't know very much about cross-genre, even though all traditional literature crosses genre all the time, story to song to story.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @aleyakassam
Yes. We need to know more about genre. And we get it - we know, for instance, that Mills & Boon is not Stephen King.
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Wambui Mwangi 1h
Chief Justice what are you going to do about the unconstitutional over-representation of men on the Supreme Court? 71% is not 66%
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Adia Benton 2h
I just wrote something that started out as field notes:
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
(I'd assume the answer is no. But there might be some clever legal loophole I know nothing about, because I am not a lawyer - yet)
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Which is to say: if the entire body is unconstitutional because it has not met the 2/3 threshold, can a sitting that does meet it count?
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Now the legal people have to explain to me if 5 sitting judges meet the 2/3 threshold, but the SC as an institution does not, then what?
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Is constitution:
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Which is to ask, does the full SC need to hear the election petition? Considering that it would be acting as an unconstitutional body.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
What did the Mutunga court decide is a legally binding supreme court, how many sitting judges?
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k'eguro 1h
Can an unconstitutional body hear an election petition?
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @catherine_amayi
Precisely.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
We need better political analysis.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Or has the potential to.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
If we say this is not 2007/2008, we mean, in part, that the state machinery is more heavily militarized. It kills more efficiently.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
What weapons does it have? What forces to use them?
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
Second, any analysis on Kenya now *must* consider how the present government has militarized.
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
(please think a little more carefully about how imperialism works)
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k'eguro 1h
Replying to @Keguro_
It is radically uninterested in whether Kenya is free or repressed or starving or bright magenta. As long as U.S. interests are protected.
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