In September 2014 CLD released an Analysis of the draft Kenyan Freedom of Information Bill, 2014, using the RTI Rating. Although the draft is relatively robust, scoring 105 points, it is significantly weaker than the version which was proposed in 2012.
Access Info Europe and the Centre for Law and Democracy launched a report providing an analysis of the results and trends in the global RTI Rating. A major finding of the report is that as international standards have developed laws have got stronger. At the same time, there is still a lot of room for improvement, with only 23 countries scoring more than 100 points.