Laws ‘threatening’ county authorities to be amended
17 June 2013, 14:01
Nairobi - Senators have commenced the process of scrutinising past legislations with what they consider possible areas that ‘enemies of devolution’ can capitalise on to frustrate operations of the county governments, The Standard reports.
They said they will overhaul all laws that are in conflict with the devolved system.
The Senate is especially looking at legislations enacted, some during the colonial period to affirm the Provincial Administration and which saw the creation of an imperial structure of government with enormous powers vested on the representative of the Executive at the grassroots.
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