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Mixed feelings greet intelligence Bill

07 March 2012, 12:01

Public debate on the proposed National Intelligence Service (NIS) Bill kicked off with divided opinion on whether provisions in the Bill are consistent with the Constitution.

Speakers at a forum organised to debate the proposed law agreed some sections of the Bill needed clarity before it is passed into law.

The most controversial is section 19 of the Bill, which talks on limitations of rights of Kenyans when it comes to the interest of national security.

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