Republic of Kenya
Kenya is a presidential representative democratic republic. The President is both the head of state and head of government, and of a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the National Assembly and the Senate. The Judiciary is independent of the executive and the legislature.
The National Assembly is the lower house of the Parliament of Kenya. Prior to the 11th Parliament, it had served as the unicameral, and until 1966, bicameral, legislature of the country.
It has a total of 349 seats; 290 elected from the constituencies, 47 women elected from the counties and 12 nominated representatives. The speaker serves as an ex officio member. The Kenyan Higher Court, ordered the lawmakers to enact gender quotas legislation, or face dissolution.
|Kenyan National Assembly||LOWER HOUSE|
|Kenyan Senate||UPPER HOUSE|
|Population (in 2016) : 46,790,758||Registered Voters (in 2017) : 19,687,563|
|Vote Cast (in 2017) : 19,611,423||Valid Votes (in 2017) : 15,114,622|
|ELECTION||DATE||VOTE CAST||REGISTER VOTERS||WINNER|
|Kenyan Senate||Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017||—||—||—|
|Kenyan National Assembly||Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017||—||—||—|
|President||Tuesday, Aug 08, 2017||15,114,622||19,611,423||Uhuru KENYATTA|
|Kenyan Senate||March 03, 2013||12,131,294||14,388,781||National Alliance|
|Kenyan National Assembly||March 03, 2013||12,330,781||14,388,781||National Alliance|
|President||March 03, 2013||12,330,028||14,352,533||Uhuru KENYATTA|