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Muigwithania.com-Draft constitution May 6th 2010

Muigwithania.com-Draft constitution May 6th 2010

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Muigwithania.Com-Kenyan referendum draft constitution
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The ProposedCONSTITUTION OF KENYA6th May, 2010
Published by the Attorney-General in accordance with section 34 of the Constitutionof Kenya Review Act, 2008 (No. 9 of 2008)
 
ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLESPREAMBLECHAPTER ONESOVEREIGNTY OF THE PEOPLE AND SUPREMACY OF THISCONSTITUTION
1—Sovereignty of the people2—Supremacy of this Constitution3—Defence of this Constitution
CHAPTER TWOTHE REPUBLIC
4—Declaration of the Republic5—Territory of Kenya6—Devolution and access to services7—National, official and other languages8—State and religion9—National symbols and national days10—National values and principles of governance11—Culture
CHAPTER THREECITIZENSHIP
12—Entitlements of citizens13—Retention and acquisition of citizenship14—Citizenship by birth15—Citizenship by registration16—Dual citizenship17—Revocation of citizenship18—Legislation on citizenship
CHAPTER FOUR 
 
THE BILL OF RIGHTSPart 1—General provisions relating to the Bill of Rights
19—Rights and fundamental freedoms20—Application of Bill of Rights21—Implementation of rights and fundamental freedoms22—Enforcement of Bill of Rights23—Authority of courts to uphold and enforce the Bill of Rights24—Limitation of rights or fundamental freedoms25— Fundamental Rights and freedoms that may not be limited
Part 2—Rights and fundamental freedoms
26—Right to life27—Equality and freedom from discrimination28—Human dignity29—Freedom and security of the person30—Slavery, servitude and forced labour 31—Privacy32—Freedom of conscience, religion, belief and opinion33—Freedom of expression34—Freedom of the media35—Access to information36—Freedom of association37—Assembly, demonstration, picketing and petition38—Political rights39—Freedom of movement and residence40—Protection of right to property41—Labour relations42—Environment43—Economic and social rights44—Language and culture45—Family46—Consumer rights47—Fair administrative action48—Access to justice49—Rights of arrested persons50—Fair hearing51—Rights of persons detained, held in custody or imprisoned
Part 3—Specific application of rights
52—Interpretation of Part53—Children54—Persons with disabilities55—Youth56—Minorities and marginalised groups57—Older members of society
Part 4 — State of emergency
58—State of emergency

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