Over the years, courts have taken a liberal stance in discharging their role in constitutional adjudication and interpretation. This has resulted in the justiciability of questions that are of a political nature. At the heart of the doctrine of separation of powers is an understanding that each arm of government is competent to discharge its functions. This books argues for the non-justiciability of political questions whose determination is vested in political arms.
Ronald Allamano Ong’udi holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from Moi University (Kenya), a post graduate diploma in law from the Kenya School of Law and a Master of Laws degree from Deakin University (Australia). He is currently pursuing a PhD in law from the University of Cape Town. He is a member of faculty at Kabarak Law School.
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