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Ethnicity, gender still ails Judiciary

11 September 2013, 15:26

Nairobi - Ethnic and gender divisions are still rife in the judiciary despite variuos reforms in its operations, Chief Justice Willy Mutunga said.

Speaking at the Canadian High Commission on Monday evening, Mutunga admitted to facing “resistance” and “volcanic eruptions” from quarters that oppose rapid reforms in the system, Daily Nation.

Mutunga went on to add that the sector was plagued with ethnic, racial, gender, generational, religious, nepotistic and regional divisions traits that are reflective of Kenyan society, despite regaining public confidence after the 2010 promulgation of the Constitution.

- For more visit Daily Nation

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