- The Constitution
- Devolution Laws
- Standing Orders
The ConstitutionAcknowledging the supremacy of the Almighty God of all creation:
Honoring those who heroically struggled to bring freedom and justice to our land:
Proud of our ethnic, cultural and religious diversity, and determined to live in peace and unity as one indivisible sovereign nation:
Respectful of the environment, which is our heritage, and determined to sustain it for the benefit of future generations:
Committed to nurturing and protecting the well-being of the individual, the family, communities and the nation:
Recognising the aspirations of all Kenyans for a government based on the essential values of human rights, equality, freedom, democracy, social justice and the rule of law:
Exercising our sovereign and inalienable right to determine the form of governance of our country and having participated fully in the making of this Constitution:
Adopt, Enact and give this Constitution to ourselves and to our future generations.
|The Constitution of Kenya|
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Standing OrdersThese are written rules under which the House regulates its proceedings. The continuing or “standing” nature of rules means that they do not lapse at the end of a session or parliament. Rather, they remain in effect until the House itself decides to suspend, change or repeal them. The detailed description of the legislative process, the role of the Speaker, the nature of the parliamentary calendar and the rules governing the work of committees and private Members’ business are some of the topics covered in the Standing Orders. The House declares them ‘Standing Orders’ when it formally adopts them, and it periodically issues them as a publication for the guidance and use of all Members.