PPP Kenya 2017
Public Private Partnership Petition Committee of the Republic of Kenya

 

The International law Institute conducted a capacity building seminar on Judgment Writing for the Public Private Partnership Petition Committee of the Republic of Kenya. The training took place from May 29th to June 1st at the Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort in Naivasha, Kenya.

Taught by ILI Senior Advisor Don De Amicis, the seminar focused on the competencies, regulations, and decisions of a PPP Petition Committee as well as the structure, style, and substance of judgment writing. Other sessions covered the relationship between an administrative tribunal and the judiciary, as well as the constitutional, legal-substantive, and procedural rules for judgment writing. The committee members also participated in experiential exercises in deliberations and writing a judgment, as well as several plenary discussions.

The PPP Petition Committee of Kenya was established to address all petitions or complaints related to PPP project agreements in Kenya. The committee promotes procedural fairness and transparency with its initial members Chairman James Muruthi Kihara, Isaac Bondet, Paul Karekezi, Jackline Kimento, and Charity Muya-Ngaruiya.

Don De Amicis is an appointee to the Sanctions Committee of the Inter-American Development Bank and the Enforcement Committee of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. He is an adjunct professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center. He frequently lectures at the ILI and has been an advisor in several ILI seminars.

Article By: Catherine Nolan 2017