Lancaster House Conferences (Kenya)
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For other meetings and agreements with the same name, see Lancaster House Conferences (disambiguation).
The Lancaster House conferences were three meetings (1960, 1962, 1963) in which Kenya's constitutional framework and independence were negotiated.
- The first conference was under the chairmanship of Secretary of State for the Colonies Iain Macleod in January 1960. There was no agreement, and Macleod issued an interim constitution.
- The second conference commenced in February 1962, and a framework for self-governance was negotiated.
- The 1963 conference finalized constitutional arrangements for Kenya’s independence as a dominion, marking the end of more than 70 years of colonial rule.(1963 Constitution of Kenya)
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