The Annual Report of the East African Common Services Organization For 1963

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1963
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East African Common Services
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The year 1963 will be generally remembered for the great political change that took place in East Africa. It opened with the Kenya Constitutional Conference in London which decided upon the type of Constitution Kenya would have on its attaining independence. The General Election followed in May with the grant of internal self-government on 1st June 1963. It is significant to note that when Kenya obtained fun internal self-government the Heads of Government of the other two independent East African territories, together with the Prime Minister of Kenya, Jointly pledged their Governments to work for the achievement of an East African Federation. In pursuance of this declaration a Working Party. Consisting of Ministers from each of the three countries, was set up to work out the details of a Constitution for the Federation. Although technically there negotiations are between the three Governments, the East African Common Services Organization has been called upon to offer advice and to facilitate smooth administration of the Working Party's procedure
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