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Role of the Kenya Society for the Blind

The Kenya Society for the Blind Act stipulates the role of the Kenya Society for the Blind. According to the Act, “the blind” means those persons who are deprived of all sight or are so … Continue ReadingRole of the Kenya Society for the Blind

How to Register a Political Party in Kenya

The Political Parties Act contains the provisions on how to register a political party in Kenya. Article 92 of the Constitution mandated parliament to enact laws that govern political parties in Kenya, hence the Political … Continue ReadingHow to Register a Political Party in Kenya

The Office of the Registrar of Political Parties

Article 260 of the Constitution and Section 13 of the Political Parties Act establish the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties in Kenya. The Office of the Registrar of Political Parties is a body … Continue ReadingThe Office of the Registrar of Political Parties

How to Join a Political Party in Kenya

It is important to know how to join a political party in Kenya if a person wants to become a member. Article 38(1) (b) of the Kenyan Constitution says every citizen is free to make … Continue ReadingHow to Join a Political Party in Kenya

How to Recall a Member of County Assembly

Section 27 to 29 of the County Governments Act provides for the right to recall a Member of the County Assembly in Kenya. The electorate in a county ward may recall their Member of the … Continue ReadingHow to Recall a Member of County Assembly

Elective Positions for County Governments

The elective positions for the county government in Kenya involve representing the people at the county level. Article 1 of the Constitution of Kenya stipulates that all sovereign power belongs to the people of Kenya. … Continue ReadingElective Positions for County Governments

Elective Positions for the National Government

The elective positions for the national government in Kenya involve electing individuals who represent the people at the national level. Article 1 of the Constitution of Kenya stipulates that all sovereign power belongs to the … Continue ReadingElective Positions for the National Government

How Voting Takes Place in the Senate in Kenya

Articles 122 and 123 of the Constitution dictate how voting takes place in the Senate in Kenya. Article 122 deals with voting in parliament while Article 123 deals with how the Senate makes its decisions. … Continue ReadingHow Voting Takes Place in the Senate in Kenya

The Principles and Objectives of Devolution

Article 174 of the Kenyan Constitution stipulates the objectives of devolution on Kenya. The objectives of the devolved government in Kenya go hand in hand with the principles of devolution in Kenya stated in Article … Continue ReadingThe Principles and Objectives of Devolution

Causes of Student Strikes in Secondary Schools

Strikes in secondary schools in Kenya are usually a recurring event. There are many reasons why students in secondary schools go for a strike. This article aims to present some reasons (and studies that have … Continue ReadingCauses of Student Strikes in Secondary Schools

Qualifications for Members of National Assembly

The qualifications for the position of a Member of the National Assembly in Kenya ensure that all interested candidates are suitable for the position. There are two ways a person can become a member of … Continue ReadingQualifications for Members of National Assembly

Functions of Parliamentary Service Commission

Article 127 of the Kenyan Constitution establishes and defines the composition and functions of the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC). The Parliamentary Service Act contains more provisions on the Commission. The major function of the Parliamentary … Continue ReadingFunctions of Parliamentary Service Commission