Kenyans can now register or resign to a political party through the E-Citizen portal following the launch by the Registrar of Political Parties (ORPPKenya).
Kenyans can now access the on-boarded services on @eCitizenKenya This is an accurate and secure platform that has taken unwavering effort of ORPP team and stakeholders. ~ CPA Florence Birya, Assistant Registrar of Political Parties. #YourPartyYourChoice pic.twitter.com/yVPTW6HAXX
— ORPPKenya (@ORPPKenya) November 10, 2021
The Office of the Registrar of Political Parties (ORPP) is a state office established under Article 260 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, and the Political Parties Act, 2011. The mandate of the office, among others is to regulate the formation, registration, and funding of political parties in accordance with the Constitution and rule of law.
The Act is the primary legal reference for the management of political parties in accordance with Articles 91 and 92 of the Constitution, which envisages well-governed political parties that respect internal democracy and their constitutional status in the Kenyan political system.
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