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Article 5. Legislation to be enacted by Parliament

LEGISLATION TO BE ENACTED BY PARLIAMENT





































































































































































































































































CHAPTER AND ARTICLE TIME SPECIFICATION
CHAPTER TWO—REPUBLIC  
Legislation in respect of culture (Article 11(3))
Five years
CHAPTER THREE–– CITIZENSHIP  
Legislation on citizenship (Article 18) One year
CHAPTER FOUR—THE BILL OF RIGHTS
 
 Freedom of the media (Article 34)  Three years
 Family (Article 45)  Five years
 Consumer protection (Article 46) Four years
 Fair administrative action (Article 47)  Four years
 Fair hearing (Article 50)  Four years
 Rights of persons detained, held in custody or detained (Article 51)
 Four years
 Kenya National Human Rights and Equality Commission (Article 59)
One year
 CHAPTER   FIVE—LAND AND ENVIRONMENT
 
 Community land (Article 63)  Five years
 Regulation of land use and property (Article 66)
 Five years
 Legislation on land (Article 68)  18 months
 Agreements relating to natural resources (Article 71)
 Five years
Legislation regarding environment (Article 72)
 Four years
CHAPTER SIX—LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY
 
Ethics and anti-corruption commission (Article 79)  One year
Legislation on leadership (Article 80)  Two years
CHAPTER SEVEN—REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE
 
Legislation on elections (Article 82)  One year
Electoral disputes (Article 87)  One year
Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (Article 88)
 One year
Legislation on political parties (Article 92)  One year
CHAPTER EIGHT—THE LEGISLATURE
 
Promotion of representation of marginalised groups (Article 100)
 Five years
Vacation of office of member of Parliament (Article 103)
 One year
Right of recall (Article 104)  Two years
Determination of questions of membership of Parliament (Article 105)
Two years
Right to petition Parliament (Article 119)  Two years
 CHAPTER NINE—EXECUTIVE  
Power of mercy (Article 133)  One year
Assumption of office of president (Article 141)
 Two years
CHAPTER TEN—JUDICIARY  
System of courts (Article 162)  One year
Removal from office (Article 168)  One year
Judiciary Fund (Article 173)  Two years
Vetting of judges and magistrates (Sixth schedule, Section 23)
 One year
CHAPTER ELEVEN—DEVOLVED GOVERNMENT
 
Speaker of a county assembly (Article 178)
 One year
Urban areas and cities (Article 183)  One year
Support for county governments (Article 190)
 Three years
Removal of a county governor (Article 181)  18 months
Vacation of office of member of county assembly (Article 194)
 18 months
Public participation and county assembly powers, privileges and immunities (Article 196)
 Three years
County assembly gender balance and diversity (Article 197)
 Three years
Legislation to effect Chapter eleven (Article 200 and Sixth Schedule, section 15) and
 18 months
CHAPTER TWELVE—PUBLIC FINANCE

Revenue Funds for county governments (Article 207)  18 months
Contingencies Fund (Article 208)  One year
Loan guarantees by national government (Article 213)
 One year
Financial control (Article 225)  Two years
Accounts and audit of public entities (Article 226)
 Four years
Procurement of public goods and services (Article 227)
 Four years
CHAPTER THIRTEEN—PUBLIC SERVICE
 
Values and principles of public service (Article 232)
 Four years
CHAPTER FOURTEEN—NATIONAL SECURITY
 
National security organs (Article 239)  Two years
Command of the National Police Service (Article 245)
 Two years
GENERAL  
Any other legislation required by this Constitution
Five years

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