The Principles of Constitutional Law book aims to provide the reader with knowledge and understanding of some of the key concepts, doctrines and principles which make up constitutional law. In addition the book will be indispensible to students of subjects based on public law such as; political science, philosophy, international relations and economic developmental studies.
The book deals with the basic underlying principles of the Constitution of Kenya. This includes: Constitutionalism, Rule of law, Separation of powers, checks and balances, equality, human dignity, affirmative action, patriotism, devolution, human rights, principles of international law, judicial interpretation, parliamentary powers and the concept of democracy among others. Further, there is also an extensive biography for those interested to carry out further research and a bonus chapter which gives a summary of most of the Acts of Parliament which give flesh to the 2010 Constitution of Kenya. The author is a Constitutional and Corporate law expert and a consultant working with Corporate lnfolink Consultancy (UK).