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Kenya’s Members of Parliament Want More Money

Kenyan legislators are trying to change the constitution to determine their own salaries, according to a Kenyan constitutional expert. If they are successful, the legislators will not be held to constitutional stipulations that define how a leader should behave. This quiet move comes two months after a series of rallies protesting a proposed drastic increase in legislators pay.

(Photo: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya)

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