A Brief Peek at Kenya's Law Politics and Constitution
Kenya is a country located at the east of Africa. It follows a presidential representative democratic republic. The construction of its government is in accordance to a constitution passed in 2010, which is made up of three arms ? the executive, legislative, and judiciary. Led by President Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya ranks now 150 out of 180 countries on Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index (TICPI). The constitution of Kenya underwent two major reforms ? in 1969 and in 2010. From federalism to a unitary form of government that gave power over the president. In 2009, amendments to the existing constitution were made accessible to the public. By 2010, with the help of Kenyan voters, a new constitution was promulgated. The Law of Kenya consists of five hundred individual Acts of Parliament and a host of rules and regulations made under the authority of Acts of Parliament, which has elements from the Acts of Parliament of India. A copy of these laws can be sold in a Government Bookstore.
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