Helping Today. Helping Tommorow
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- This is part of the legislature, the arm of government that makes laws
- Together with the National Assembly make up Parliament
What are the Function of the Senate?
- Represents the counties.
- Protects the interests of the counties and their governments.
- Participates in law making function of the parliament by considering, debating and approving laws concerning counties.
- Determines the allocation of national revenue among counties.
- Considering and determining any resolution to remove the President or Deputy President from office.
Composition of The Senate
- 47 Members
- 16 Women Members
- Persons with Disabilities
The County Public Service Board
- The County Governor
- The County Secretary
- The County Public Service Board
Composition of the board
- Chairperson nominated and appointed by the Governor with approval of County Assembly
- Three to Five members nominated and appointed by the Governor with approval of County Assembly
- A certified Public secretary of good professional standing
Mandate of the board
- Establish and abolish offices in the County public service
- Appoint persons to hold or act in the county public service offices
- Exercise disciplinary control over persons holding and/or acting in those offices
- Prepare and furnish the county assembly with regular public service compliance performance reports
- Promote public service values and principles
- Advise the county government on its public service human resource management and development
- Facilitate development of a coherent, integrated human resource planning & budgeting for personnel. salaries
- Make recommendations on county government public service salaries, pensions
The County Executive
This is the organ which ensures that implementation of policies takes place
Who sits in the County Executive?
- The Governor
- The Deputy Governor
- County Executive Committee Members
- County Secretary
- County Chief Officers
What are the roles of the County Executive?
- Implement county laws.
- Prepare proposed legislation for consideration in county assembly.
- Manage and coordinate the county administration and its departments in provision of services.
- Prepare and present budget, plans and policies for approval by county assembly.
The County Assembly
This is the organ where elected county leaders sit and make laws.
- One person elected from each ward in the county.
- Members nominated by political parties in proportion to seats won in the election to fulfill two thirds gender principle
- Two representatives of persons living with disability
- Two representatives of the youth
- The Speaker (Ex-official)
- Makes laws for the County Government
- Exercise oversight over County Executive organs
- Debates and approve budget, plans and policies for the counties
- Maintain close contact with the electorate and consult them on issues before or under discussions in the County Assembly
- Presents views, opinions and proposals of the electorates to the County Assembly
- Attends sessions of the County Assembly and its committees
- Provide a linkage between the County Assembly and the electorate on public service delivery.
- One person elected from each of the wards in the County
- Members nominated by political parties in proportion to seats won in the election to fulfil the two thirds majority principle
- Two representatives of persons with disability
- Two youth representatives
- The Speaker, who is an ex-officio member
Power of the County Government
- Enter into contracts with other entities
- Acquire, purchase or lease land
- Delegating functions to County and Sub County institutions
- Partnering with Public or Private Institutions
- Establishing agencies and departments for services and other functions
From rights and responsibilities to values and nationhood
The duties of a ward administrator
Section 51 (3) of the County Governments Act says the Ward administrator should coordinate, manage and supervise the general administrative functions in the Ward unit, including:
- The development of policies and plans THE
- Service delivery
- Developmental activities to empower the community
- The provision and maintenance of infrastructure and facilities of public services
- The county public service
- Exercise any functions and powers delegated by the County Public Service Board (under section 86 of the County Governments Act); and
- Coordination and facilitation of citizen participation in the development of policies and plans and delivery of services policies
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