I don't know how to put when a million of people shout that the judiciary systems don't work. It makes feel nauseous and makes a whole joke of a whole institution.
I agree the judiciary doesn't work.
My fellow blogger Prousette says the AG and CJ were in the thick of things.
But just so you know; here is a list of the new MPS you will quite a handful have been in the Parliament for a long time.Lets just say all involved players have been in parliament for a long time.
They have ALWAYS known there is a problem with separation of powers. Our judiciary is a toy for the executive, that is as much as i will agree.
But what has anyone done to correct the situation. if you go to www.mzalendo.com, you will realize parliamentary attendance is hit by a constant lack of quorum.
So i will say you are all estopped from blaming the judiciary when you have been a Member of Parliament for several decades and have done nothing to deal with the problem of judiciary not being independent.
The reason Kenya is where it is is because we have a respect for Rule of Law. You heard Marende our new speaker say we don't use the law AS IT OUGHT TO BE but AS IT IS.
The current law says that an Election Dispute shall be determined in a Court of Law. That is the law as it is my folks.
Even wars have rules. if it didn't have, we would all end up in the situation that the Battle of Solferino led to. 40,000 dead in 9 hours. In radical departure of the Rules of War we have killed women and children and/or people who could not equal our match.
Even if President Kibaki would step down today, we would still have another election.The Vice President would end up being a president for 90 days. He could even proceed to win the elections.
An election is not definite. It produces losers and winners. How would we account for the deaths and lost property and more unseen our mental anguish?