Solomon Ayele Dersso - Addis Ababa University / College of Governance, Senior Researcher, Institute for Security Studies and Adjunct Professor

The challenge of translating institutional design into lived experience: Lessons from the Constitutional reform process of Kenya

Post election violence - Kenya blamed on poor construction of post-independence constitution. Kenya resorting to constitutional reform - belief that a democratic and properly designed constitution would address the factors that occasioned instability and violence. Constitutional negotiations led to wide range of institutional & policy changes. Institutional fineness - not lived in experience of constitutionalism and rule of law. Questions based on Kenyas experience.

About Dr Solomon Ayele Dersso
Dr Solomon Ayele Dersso is a senior researcher at the Institute for Security Studies. Formerly a research fellow at the South African Institute for Advanced Constitutional, Public, International and Human Rights Law (SAIFAC), Dr Dersso completed his PhD degree from the School of Law University of Witwatersrand in 2009. One of the major areas of his research interest is constitutional design and institutional and policy mechanisms for accommodation of ethno-cultural diversity in Africa.

 

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