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Differences Between Moi's Parliament and the Current Modern National Assembly of Kenya

The first Constitution of Kenya provided a bicameral form of government which was later on abolished in 1966. The 1966/2013 parliament is the most popular before the return of senate devolved and national assembly. old parliament structure modern renovated house

Old parliament included all ministers whereas New national assembly doesn't have cabinet offices including chief administrative secretary like Ababu Namwamba and CS Fred Matiang'i. They only the meeting when requested for to issue concerning their ministry challenges and what they want to inquire from them.

President Moi and his successor Kibaki appointed parliamentarians as Ministry heads and assistant example the late interior MP George Saitoti and Ojode were both elected politicians in the legislative council of Kenya and executive officer. While in modern Chamber, the Lower House doesn't nominate Executives from elected members but friends of the president normal ruling party strong members.

Today there are women representatives which reflects gender equality hence motivations to girl child and female aspirants unlike 1963 constitution which generalized aspirants.

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