There shall be no State religion.
a) the national flag;
b) the national anthem;
c) the coat of arms; and
d) the public seal.
2. The national symbols are as set out in the Second Schedule.
3. The national days are:
a) Madaraka Day, to be observed on 1st June;
b) Mashujaa Day, to be observed on 20th October; and
c) Jamhuri Day, to be observed on 12th December.
4. A national day shall be a public holiday.
5. Parliament may enact legislation prescribing other public holidays, and providing for the observance of public holidays.
a) Applies or interprets this Constitution;
b) Enacts, applies or interprets any law; or
c) Makes or implements public policy decisions.
2. The national values and principles of governance include:
a) patriotism, national unity, sharing and devolution of power, the rule of law, democracy and participation of the people;
b) human dignity, equity, social justice, inclusiveness, equality, human rights, non-discrimination and protection of the marginalized;
c) good governance, integrity, transparency, and accountability; and
d) sustainable development.
a) Promote all forms of national and cultural expression through literature, the arts, traditional celebrations, science, communication, information, mass media, publications, libraries and other cultural heritage;
b) Recognize the role of science and indigenous technologies in the development of the nation; and
c) Promote the intellectual property rights of the people of Kenya.
3. Parliament shall enact legislation to:
a) Ensure that communities receive compensation or royalties for the use of their cultures and cultural heritage; and
b) Recognise and protect the ownership of indigenous seeds and plant varieties, their genetic and diverse characteristics and their use by the communities of Kenya.