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What it takes to be a legally registered political party

Process takes six months

Have you wondered what it takes to have your political party registered in Kenya? Below are the requirements.

A. Provisional registration.

  1. Name Search: Name, symbol and colour, in accordance with Article 91 of the Constitution of Kenya and section 8 of the PPA 2011
  2. Provide the party constitution.
  3. Submit minutes of the founding members.
  4. Sign the Code of Conduct.
  5. Submit a written application filed in the prescribed form.
  6. Pay the prescribed fee of KES. 100,000/= via bankers cheque.

B. Full registration Requirements

  1. Recruit at least 1,000 members in at least 24 counties considering (i) regional diversity, (ii) gender, (iii) minorities and (iv) marginalized.
  2. Establish a governing body considering (i) The 2/3 gender principle, (ii) Chapter 6 of the Constitution; (iii) Integrity test in accordance with the Leadership and Integrity Act, 2012.
  3. Provide a list of names address and ID numbers of members, as well as the location and address of Head Office and at least 24 county offices.
  4. Provide a duly signed Code of conduct.
  5. Pay the prescribed fee of KES 500,000/= via bankers cheque.

Provisional Registration of a Political Party in Kenya

Provisional Registration of a Political Party in Kenya - WhatTheFact
Provisional Registration of a Political Party in Kenya - WhatTheFact

Full Registration of a Political Party in Kenya

Full Registration of a Political Party in Kenya - WhatTheFact
Source
Registrar of Political Parties

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