Spy agency on the spot over key Bill
05 March 2012, 13:19
Nairobi - A controversial Bill that gives the National Intelligence Service (NIS) powers to at times search premises without a court warrant is to be discussed in Nairobi on Monday, report the Daily Nation.
The East African School of Human Rights (EASHR) will host the debate on the draft National Intelligence Service Bill that is expected to be attended by, among others, the
Committee for Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) chairman Charles Nyachae.
EASHR chief executive officer Atunga Atuti said participants will discuss the Bill in relation to several chapters of the Constitution that it touches on.
The debate will also focus on whether the law adheres to international best practices.
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