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BRIEF ON THE SECOND BASIS FOR EQUITABLE SHARING OF REVENUE AMONG THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS

A. INTRODUCTION Article 216 mandates the Commission to make recommendations on the equitable basis for revenue sharing among county governments. Article 217 (1) mandates the Senate to determine once every five years the basis for allocating among counties the share of national revenue that is annually allocated to county government. […]

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Press Release on the Launch of the Model County Revenue Legislation Handbook

The Commission on Revenue Allocation together with the Kenya Law Reform Commission and the Council of Governors has jointly developed the Model County Revenue Legislation Handbook. This handbook is the culmination of an extensive drafting and consultation exercise carried out from November 2013 by the Commission on Revenue Allocation, Kenya […]

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Review of Revenue Allocation Formula

Schedule of All County Visits May-June 2014 County Data on Various Variables Based on 2009 Population Census Stakeholders Questionnaire      

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Review of the first Generation Revenue Sharing Formula

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CRA Notice on 2nd GF and FRI-April2014

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Vertical Formula for the Financial Year 2014 /15

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County Disbursement Schedule for Financial year 2013 – 2014

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CRA 2nd Generation County Factsheets

CRA County Factsheets 2nd edition

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CRA CHAIRMAN LAUNCHES MARGINALIZATION POLICY

The Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA), chaired by Mr. Micah Cheserem, launched marginalization Policy on 27th, February, 2013 at Stanley Hotel, Nairobi. The Commission on Revenue Allocation was established under Article 215 of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 with the main mandate of recommending the basis for equitable sharing of […]

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ONE THIRD GENDER RULE

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The Constitution has created a rule of maximum threshold of two-thirds of either gender to elective and appointive offices. While this rule is attainable in the case of appointive offices, it is not as easy in an elective process. In the event that the gender rule is not achieved at […]

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ALLOCATION OF REVENUE

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The devolved system of government that Kenyans adopted is the cornerstone of our new Constitution. This being the case, the system, in equal measure, poses significant legislative, administrative and financial challenges if the transitional arrangements are not well managed. The 47 county governments, created by the Constitution will need to […]

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