Establishment of the National Assembly
Article 95 of the Constitution establishes that the National Assembly shall consist of the following:-
- Two hundred and ninety members, each elected by the registered voters of single member constituencies;
- Forty-seven women, each elected by the registered voters of the counties, each county constituting a single member constituency;
- Twelve members nominated by parliamentary political parties according to their proportion of members of the National Assembly in accordance with Article 90, to represent special interests including the youth, persons with disabilities and workers; and
- The Speaker, who is an ex officio member.