Judiciary to Get Additional Budgetary Allocation, 36 New Judges

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All branches of government have pledged to collaborate in carrying out their responsibilities with a deep respect for the rule of law, institutional independence, and unwavering adherence to court decisions.

The latest development comes after President William Ruto convened a meeting earlier on Monday, 22nd January, at State House Nairobi, bringing together all branches of government amid an ongoing schism between the Executive and the Judiciary.

The gathering aimed to develop anti-corruption strategies, strengthen accountability, and streamline service delivery for Kenyan citizens.

To strengthen the fight against corruption and improve service delivery, the Executive and Legislature pledged to support the Judiciary’s request for additional budgetary allocation.

This includes provisions for the recruitment of 25 judges for the High Court and 11 judges for the Court of Appeal, as well as resources to complete the vehicle leasing program to meet the judiciary’s transportation needs.

President William Ruto, the Legislature, and the Judiciary reaffirmed their commitment to upholding the rule of law, institutional independence, and unwavering respect for court decisions.

“The Executive, Legislature and the Judiciary agree to individually develop policies, guidelines, regulations and legislative proposals to achieve the objectives of fighting corruption, improving service delivery and enhancing institutional accountability of all arms of Government to the people of Kenya,” read the statement from State House Spokesperson Hussein Mohammed.

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