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The Constitution Of Kenya, 2010
The Constitution of Kenya is the supreme law of the Country. It is the body of fundamental principles which the Country acknowledges as being supreme. This Constitution was approved by 67% of Kenyan voters in a referendum held on 4th August 2010. It was then promulgated and came into force on 27th August 2010.
Click to download an e-copy of the Constitution of Kenya. WHAT THE CONSTITUTION SAYS ABOUT PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SCHEDULE 6 – TRANSITIONAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS SCHEDULE 5 – LEGISLATION TO BE ENACTED BY PARLIAMENT SCHEDULE 4 – DISTRIBUTION OF FUNCTIONS BETWEEN THE NATIONAL AND COUNTY GOVERNMENTS SCHEDULE 3 – NATIONAL OATHS AND AFFIRMATION SCHEDULE 2 – NATIONAL SYMBOLS SCHEDULE 1 – LIST OF COUNTIES PREAMBLE TO THE CONSTITUTION CHAPTER 7: REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE CHAPTER 6: LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY CHAPTER 5: LAND AND ENVIRONMENT CHAPTER 4: THE BILL OF RIGHTS CHAPTER 1: SOVEREIGNTY OF THE PEOPLE AND SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION CHAPTER 18: TRANSITIONAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISION CHAPTER 17: GENERAL PROVISIONS CHAPTER 16: AMENDMENT OF THIS CONSTITUTION CHAPTER 15: COMMISSIONS AND INDEPENDENT OFFICES CHAPTER 14: NATIONAL SECURITY CHAPTER 13: THE PUBLIC SERVICE CHAPTER 12: PUBLIC FINANCE CHAPTER 11: DEVOLVED GOVERNMENT
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