Truth commission laid out steps for resolving long-term grievances and bringing justice to victims, but nothing has been done to implement them.
“Let justice run its course,” international prosecutor’s staff tell Kenyans.
Group of women who suffered sexual attacks during mass violence five years ago to sue officials.
New initiative seen as way to win greater cooperation in crime-solving, but that will be hard since people have little faith in the police.
Greater accountability, tighter discipline and better pay seen as ways of dampening police officers’ enthusiasm for bribes.
Rights groups and victims’ families allege officers carried out extrajudicial killings.
National legislators unhappy with power shift to county governors.
Computerisation should prevent long delays to trials caused when documents go missing.
Kenyan deputy president’s lawyer asks judges for opportunity to expose what he says is “concerted process”.
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