Term “statute” and categories of bills that may be presented to parliament to be enacted into law

Statute” means an Act of Parliament or Legislation. This is law made parliament directly in exercise of the Legislative Power conferred upon it the constitution, for example The Childrens Act, Agriculture Act.

It is recognized as a source of Kenya the Judicature Act.
Government Bill: this is a bill mooted the government which it introduces to the National Assembly for debate and enactment of law.
Private Members Bill: this is a bill mooted a member of parliament which he introduces to the National Assembly for passage to law.
Public Bill: this is government or private members bill which seeks to amend or introduce law applicable throughout Kenya.

 

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