Fresh details have today emerged concerning the political Bill of right. The Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has been reported to have signed the political Bill of into law.The new law amends the Political Parties Act of 2011 by introducing the concept of coalition political parties, outlining functions of political parties as well as changing the criteria of accessing the Political Parties Fund.
In addition, the law empowers the Registrar of Political Parties to certify political party membership lists and nomination rules among other transformative provisions aimed at strengthening management of political parties and enhancing democracy.
The Bill of law was reported to have been presented to president Uhuru on Thursday at the State House in Nairobi county for signature. The meeting was attended by Attorney General Paul Kihara, Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka, his National Assembly counterpart Justin Muturi as well as House Majority Leaders Samuel Poghisio and Amos Kimunya.
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