Re-opening and consolidating democratic space in Kenya: Contextual, conceptual and political perspectives

The phenomena of rogue governments (mainly the executive wings) working tirelessly towards limiting the rights and spaces of citizens and key actors or players critical in the governance of public affairs(mainly outside the realm of the State, popularly known as Non-State actors) is as old as the society itself. While the insidious intentions and manifestations of such regimes have remained constant (to cause fear and curtail public accountability), the framing of the same has remained quite dynamic and convoluted over time and space.
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