The new constitution in Kenya ,separated the three branches of government both at the national and county level. The creation of county governments and a national government provided opportunity for 48 continouing legiskative- Executive – Judiciary relationships.
The Government affairs Institute of Georgetown University ( GAI) provides courses and trainings for public servants to optimize the relationships between and among the various branches of government. On 29th February to March 3rd GU held the Executive – Legislative branches relations course. One notable attendee was Hon Reuben Nyangweso of Kakamega County Assemble. He was notable because he was the only foreign attendee among the various high ranking US government officials attending. It’s necessary that both branches learn to work together within the bounds of the law. This course curriculum and presenters emphasized the importance of each branch of government observing the founders intent.
GAI’s mission is to provide education and training about congressional processes, organization, and practices, and about selected legislative policy issues. By better understanding the functions and organization of Congress, executive branch personnel and others with a direct interest in federal programs can more effectively plan, manage, and budget for those programs, and better represent those programs before Congress.
Kenyan Counties could benefit greatly from the trainings provided by GAI if conducted on site in Kenya.