非洲肯尼亞憲法只有一條

他門只有一條憲法而以

這是怎樣回是ㄋ

憲法ㄉ內容是啥ㄋ

Update:

日本冷知識節目中看到ㄉ喔

他說只有一條阿

Update 2:

原來有這樣多條憲法阿

那為何日本冷知識網站說只有一條

這下可怪囉

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  • 2 decades ago
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    這是在kenya的constitution of kenya review commission找到的資料:

    圖片參考:http://www.kenyaconstitution.org/images/5xgreen.gi...

    Current Constitution - Chapter 11共有126條,另外2004年還有一個新的憲法草案:NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL CONFERENCE THE DRAFT CONSTITUTION OF KENYA 2004AD0PTED BY THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTONAL CONFERENCEON 15TH MARCH 2004 ARRANGEMENT OF ARTICLESPREAMBLEWe, the people of Kenya –ACKNOWLEDGING the supremacy of the Almighty God of all creation:HONOURING those who heroically struggled to bring freedom and justice to our land:PROUD of our ethnic, cultural and religious diversity and determined to live in peace and unity as one indivisible sovereign nation:RESPECTFUL of the natural environment that is our heritage, and determined to sustain it for the benefit of future generations:COMMITTED to nurturing and protecting the well-being of the individual, the family and the community:RECOGNISING the aspirations of all Kenyans for a government based on the essential values of freedom, democracy, social justice and the rule of law:EXERCISING our sovereign and inalienable right to determine the form of governance of our country and having participated fully in the making of this Constitution:ADOPT, enact and give this Constitution to ourselves and to our future generations.GOD BLESS KENYA.CHAPTER ONE : SOVEREIGNTY OF THE PEOPLE AND SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION1. Sovereignty of the people2. Supremacy of the Constitution3. Defence of the ConstitutionCHAPTER TWO : THE REPUBLIC4. Declaration of the Republic5. Territory6. Devolution7. Capital8. Languages9. State and religion10. National symbols11. National daysCHAPTER THREE : NATIONAL VALUES, PRINCIPLES AND GOALS12. National values, principles and goalsCHAPTER FOUR : CITIZENSHIP13. General principles14. Retention of existing citizenship15. Acquisition of citizenship16. Citizenship by birth17. Citizenship and marriage18. Citizenship by naturalization19. Adopted children and foundlings20. Dual citizenship21. Deprivation of citizenship22. Residence23. Responsibilities of a citizen24. Legislation on citizenshipCHAPTER FIVE : CULTURE25. Principles concerning culture26. National Commission on Culture27. Cultural dayCHAPTER SIX : THE BILL OF RIGHTSPart I – General provisions relating to the Bill of Rights28. Fundamental rights and freedoms29. Application of the Bill of Rights30. Implementation of rights and freedoms31. Enforcement of the Bill of Rights32. Authority of the court to uphold and enforce the Bill of Rights33. Limitation of rights34. Right to life35. Equality36. Freedom from discrimination37. Gender38. Older members of society39. Youth40. Children41. Family42. Persons with disabilities43. Minorities and marginalized groups44. Human dignity45. Freedom and security of the person46. Slavery, servitude and forced labour47. Privacy48. Freedom of religion, belief and opinion49. Freedom of expression50. Freedom of the media51. Access to information52. Freedom of association53. Assembly, demonstration, picketing and petition54. Political rights55. Freedom of movement and residence56. Refugees and asylum57. Freedom of trade, occupation and profession58. Protection of right to property59. Labour relations60. Social security61. Health62. Education63. Housing64. Food65. Water66. Sanitation67. Environment68. Language and culture69. Consumer rights70. Fair administration71. Right not to obey unlawful instructions72. Access to courts73. Rights of arrested persons74. Fair trial75. Rights of persons held in custody76. State of emergencyCHAPTER SEVEN : LAND AND PROPERTY77. Principles of land policy78. Vesting and classification of land79. Public land80. Community land81. Private land82. Property rights of spouses83. Landholding by non-citizens84. Regulation of land use85. National Land Commission86. Legislation on landCHAPTER EIGHT : ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES87. Principles and obligations on the environment 88. Protection of the environment89. Conservation of the environment90. Enforcement of environmental rights91. Utilization and development of natural resources92. Agreements relating to natural resources93. National Environment CommissionCHAPTER NINE : LEADERSHIP AND INTEGRITY94. Responsibilities of leadership95. Assumption of office96. Conduct of State officers97. Finances of State officers98. Restriction on activities99. Ethics and Integrity Commission100. Legislation on leadershipCHAPTER TEN : REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLEPart I –The Electoral System and Process101. General principles102. Elections103. Registration as a voter104. Voting105. Independent candidates106. Unopposed candidates107. Representation on international bodiesPart II – The Electoral and Boundaries Commission108. Establishment and functions109. Delimitation of constituencies110. Fixing of administrative boundariesPart III – Political Parties111. Basic principles112. Regulation113. Political Parties Fund114. Purposes of the Fund115. Other sources of funds116. Accounts and audit117. Supervision118. Party discipline119. Restriction on use of public resourcesCHAPTER ELEVEN : THE LEGISLATUREPart I – Establishment and role of Parliament120. Establishment121. Exercise of sovereigntyPart II – Composition and membership of Parliament122. Membership of the Senate123. Membership of the National Assembly124. Qualifications and disqualifications of members125. Election of members of Parliament126. Vacation of office of member of Parliament127. Determination of questions of membershipPart III–Officers of Parliament 128. The Speakers and Deputy Speakers of Parliament129. Presiding in Parliament130. Leader of the Opposition131. Clerk and staff of ParliamentPart IV – Legislation and Procedure in Parliament132. Exercise of legislative powers133. Money Bills134. Consideration by the other House135. Presidential assent and referral136. Coming into force of laws137. Right to petition Parliament138. Quorum139. Official language in Parliament140. Voting in Parliament141. Decisions of Senate142. Regulation of procedure143. Power to call for evidence144. Public access and participation145. Powers, privileges and immunitiesPart V – Miscellaneous146. Registry of Enactments147. Seat of Parliament148. Life and prorogation of Parliament149. Parliamentary Service CommissionCHAPTER TWELVE : THE EXECUTIVEPart 1 – Principles and Structure of the National Executive150. Principles of executive authority151. Structure of the National ExecutivePart II – The President and Deputy President152. Authority of President153. State functions of President154. Legislative functions of President155. Decisions of President156. Right to vote and timing of presidential elections157. Qualifications and disqualifications for election as President158. Procedure at presidential election159. Questions as to validity of presidential election160. Assumption of office of President161. Term of office of President162. Protection from legal proceedings163. Removal of President on grounds of incapacity164. Impeachment and removal of President165. Vacancy in the office of President166. Presidential powers of mercy167. Office of Deputy President168. Vacancy in the office of Deputy President169. Functions of the Deputy President170. Death before assuming office171. Remuneration and benefits of President and Deputy PresidentPart III – The Prime Minister and Cabinet172. Prime Minister173. Appointment of Prime Minister174. Term of office175. Resignation of Prime Minister176. Dismissal of Prime Minister177. Ministers and Deputy Ministers178. Secretary to the Cabinet179. Decisions, responsibility and accountability of the Cabinet180. Assignment of functions181. Principal SecretariesCHAPTER THIRTEEN : JUDICIAL AND LEGAL SYSTEM183. Principles and structure of judicial power184. Hierarchy and administration courts185. Independence of the Judiciary186. The Supreme Court187. Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court188. Court of Appeal189. Jurisdiction of the Court of Appeal190. High Court191. Jurisdiction of the High Court192. Supervisory jurisdiction of the High Court193. Appointment of judges194. Qualifications for appointment of judges195. Tenure of office of judges196. Removal from office197. Subordinate Courts198. Kadhis’ Court199. Jurisdiction of the Kadhis’ court200. Judicial Service Commission201. Functions of the Judicial Service Commission202. Attorney-General203. Director of Public Prosecutions204. Public Defender205. Removal from officeCHAPTER FOURTEEN : DEVOLVED GOVERNMENTPart I –Structure and Principles of Devolved Government206. Objects of devolution of government207. Principles of devolved government208. Co-operation between government at the different levels209. Assignment of functions210. Conflict of lawsPart II –Regions211. Regional governments212. Regional legislative assemblies213. Regional executive committee214. Election of regional premier and deputy regional premier215. Election of mayor and deputy mayor of Nairobi216. Functions of regional executive committeesPart III –Districts217. District governments218. Legislative authority of district councils219. Election of district councillors220. District executive committee221. Election of district governor and deputy district governor222. Functions of district executive committeePart IV –Locations223. Locational governments224. Locational councils225. Locational administratorPart V –General226. Terms of office227. Power to summon witnesses228. Public access and participation, and powers, privileges and immunities229. Leadership and integrity230. Provision to be made by Act of ParliamentPart VI –Interim provisions231. Qualification for election or appointment to devolved government bodies232. Procedures and internal organization of devolved government bodies233. Election of mayor and deputy mayor of Nairobi234. Election of district councillors235. Election of locational councils and locational administratorsCHAPTER FIFTEEN : PUBLIC FINANCEPart I –Principles and Objects of Public Finance Management236. Principles and objects of public finance and revenue management237. Imposition of tax238. Taxation Part II –Taxation239. Devolved governments’ shares of national funds240. LegislationPart III –Funds for holding Public Money241. Consolidated Fund242. Withdrawals from Consolidated Fund243. Revenue Funds for devolved governments244. Contingency FundPart IV –Borrowing245. Borrowing by Government246. Borrowing by devolved governments247. Public debt248. Loan guarantees by governmentsPart V –Budget249. Principles250. National annual estimates251. Appropriation Bills252. Annual budget of devolved governmentsPart VI –Financial Management253. Procurement of public goods and services254. Accounts and audit of public institutions255. Treasury control256. Controller of Budget257. Auditor-GeneralPart VII –Institutions258. National Revenue Authority259. Commission on Revenue Allocation260. Central Bank of Kenya261. Functions of Central Bank262. Economic and Social CouncilCHAPTER SIXTEEN : THE PUBLIC SERVICEPart I – Public Service263. Values and principles of public service264. Public Service Commission265. Powers and functions266. Staffing of devolved governments267. Protection of public officers268. Teachers Service Commission269. Health Services CommissionPart II – The Kenya Correctional Service270. Establishment271. Director-GeneralCHAPTER SEVENTEEN : NATIONAL SECURITYPart I – National Security Organs272. Principles and objects273. National security organs274. National Security Council275. Functions of the National Security CouncilPart II – The Kenya Defence Forces276. Establishment277. CommandPart III – The National Intelligence Service278. Establishment279. Establishment of the National Intelligence CouncilPart IV – The Kenya Police Service280. Establishment281. Objects and functions282. Inspector-General283. Police Service CommissionPart V – The Administration Police Service284. Establishment285. Functions286. Commandant-GeneralCHAPTER EIGHTEEN : CONSTITUTIONAL COMMISSIONS287. Application of Chapter288. Objects and independence of Commissions289. Incorporation290. Composition of Commissions291. Staff of Commissions292. General functions of Commissions293. Proceedings of Commissions294. Removal from office295. Funds of Commissions296. Annual and other reports297. Additional constitutional Commissions298. Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice299. Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution300. Gender Commission301. Salaries and Remuneration CommissionCHAPTER NINETEEN : AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION302. Amendment of the Constitution303. Amendment by Parliament304. Amendment by the peopleCHAPTER TWENTY : GENERAL PROVISIONS305. Enforcement of the Constitution306. Construing the Constitution307. DefinitionsCHAPTER TWENTY ONE : TRANSITIONAL AND CONSEQUENTIAL PROVISIONS308. Consequential Legislation309. Transitional310. Effective Date311. Repeal

  • Anonymous
    2 decades ago

    從哪裡知道只有一條的啊?下面是我找看的到資料,看起來就不只一條憲法了吧政治:1964年頒布共和國憲法,後經多次修改。1982年6月,肯通過修憲確立實行一黨制。1991年12月改行多黨制,規定肯為多黨制民主國家,總統為國家元首和政府首腦兼武裝部隊總司令,任期5年,連任不得超過兩屆;當選總統需在獲得多數票的同時,在全國8省中的5省得票率超過25%;總統擁有最高行政權和任免權,有權召集或解散議會;總統和內閣集體對議會負責;公民享有宗教信仰、言論、集會、結社和遷徙的自由。成立於1963年的國民議會為肯最高立法機構,實行一院制。1992年底舉行首次多黨議會選舉,議會中開始出現反對黨席位。根據憲法,國民議會有立法、審議財政計劃、通過政府財政預算、監督政府事務等職責,並有對政府提出不信任案及彈劾閣員或政府的權力。國民議會由224名議員組成,其中民選議員210名,總統指定議員12名,當然議員(國民議會議長和總檢察長)2名。每屆議會任期5年。實行總統內閣制,內閣由總統、副總統、各部部長和總檢察長共25人組成。

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