A New Constitution for Kenya

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Kenya may soon have a new constitution, which would reduce the powers of the Kenyan president, give citizens a new bill of rights and pave the way for land reform. Kenya is a key African ally of the U.S. and there is hope that a new constitution will reduce the tribal tensions and politcally stabilize the country. East Africa correspondent for the BBC, Peter Greste, has the details.


Peter Greste

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