Dr. Kennedy M. Maranga’s professional experiences include working as an attorney, professor, policy analyst and president of a nonprofit organization. He has taught at Washington University in St. Louis, Indiana Wesleyan University, Park University, Colorado Technical University, Grand Canyon University and the University of Phoenix. Maranga holds a Ph.D, Masters in Law, Master of Science in Education Leadership, Bachelor of laws, and Bachelor of Social Legislation.
The influence of a Constitution in an electoral system may seem obvious,
but sometimes it is not. Sometimes there are tensions between the
principles underpinning an electoral process such as the promotion of
majority rule, giving a voice for minorities, inclusiveness, the promotion of
a stable government, freedom of expression, assembly, the free press and
political culture. This paper examines the concept of constitutionalism and
political culture in Kenya and Zimbabwe as it relates to the electoral
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