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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Moses Wetangula
An official says that East African leaders meeting this weekend over Sudan's upcoming independence votes have changed the meeting's location from Kenya to Ethiopia.
Kenya's president signed a new constitution into law Friday that institutes a U.S.-style system of checks and balances. Joining African leaders at the festivities was Sudan's president who faces charges of genocide and crimes against humanity in connection with violence in Darfur.
"He is a head of state of a friendly neighbor state," Foreign Affairs Minister Moses Wetangula said. "We invited all our neighbors and they honored the invitation."