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PART VIII. - MISCELLANEOUS. 86. Misrepresentation by candidate. A candidate, who: (a) announces or publishes; or (b) knowingly causes another person to announce or publish on his behalf, without the authority of a political party (proof of which lies on the candidate) stating or suggesting that the candidate: (c) is a candidate of; or (d) has been endorsed or adopted for candidature by, that political party for an election, is guilty of an offence. Penalty: A fine not exceeding K1,000.00 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding six months, or both. 87. Interference with Member of Parliament, etc., (1) A: (a) political party; or (b) member of a political party; or (c) person, who forces, threatens, intimidates, detains or otherwise interferes with the free movement of, a Member of the Parliament in relation to the performance by that Member of his Parliamentary duties (including attendance at Parliament or debating or voting on any issue in Parliament or elsewhere in his capacity as a Member), is guilty of an offence. Penalty: A fine not exceeding K5,000.00. (2) In addition to any penalty imposed in relation to an offence under Subsection (1), the Registrar may cancel the registration of the political party concerned. 88. Inspection. (1) Where: (a) the Registrar; or (b) the Board, is of the opinion that a person or a political party may have contravened the provisions of this Law, the Registrar or a member of the Board authorized by the Board in writing or a person authorized by the Registrar or the Board in writing may: (c) require that person or political party to produce any receipts, papers, bank statements, documents or other records relating to matters covered by this Law; and (d) where any information relating to matters covered by this Law are contained in an electronic storage medium, require that person or political party to give to him full and free access to the electronic medium and to the information contained therein; and (e) inspect any such receipt, paper, bank statement, documents or other record or electronic medium and information contained therein; and (f) take copies of any such receipt, paper, bank statement, document or other record or of information contained in an electronic medium. (2) A person or political party, who or which: (a) hinders or obstructs the Registrar, or a member of the Board authorized by the Board, or a person authorized by the Registrar or the Board in the exercise or performance of his powers and functions under Subsection (1); or (b) without lawful excuse (proof of which is on him): (i) refuses or wilfully neglects to produce; or (ii) refuses to allow the Registrar, or a member of the Board authorized by the Board, or a person authorized by the Registrar or by the Board to make copies of, any receipt, paper, bank statement, document or other record, or of information contained in any electronic medium, is guilty of an offence. Penalty: A fine not exceeding K10,000.00. 89. Confidentiality. (1) Subject to Subsection (2), information disclosed under this Law to the Registrar, to an officer or employee of the Secretariat, or to a member of the Board shall not be disclosed to any person who is not the Registrar or an officer or employee of the Secretariat or a member of the Board without the prior written approval of the person who provided that information, except: (a) to the extent that disclosure is authorized or required under this Law or any other law; or (b) to the extent the person providing the information authorized its disclosure at the time of providing the information; or (c) as authorized by the Board. (2) Subsection (1) does not apply to information referred to in Division 111.3 and 4, Sections 29 to 32 inclusive and Sections 52, 67 and 68. (3) The Registrar or an officer or employee of the Secretariat or a member of the Board who uses any information disclosed under this Law that comes to his knowledge in the course of, or by reason of his employment as Registrar or an officer or employee of the Secretariat or his membership of the Board: (a) for the purpose of his personal gain; or (b) except as authorized under Subsection (1), is guilty of an offence. Penalty: A fine not exceeding K10,000.00 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding four years, or both. 90. Constitutional regulations. The Head of State, acting with, and in accordance with, the advice of the National Executive Council may make Constitutional Regulations, not inconsistent with this Law, prescribing all matters that are required or permitted to be prescribed or that are necessary or convenient to be prescribed by this Law.

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