How long has the president of Kenya been in office?
Mwai Kibaki became the third president of Kenya on 2002 December 30, nearly 8 years ago.
No. As long as his party retains power, the president's length of office is indefinite.
The president for the Philippine's can be in office for 6 years. The current president Benigno Aquino has been in office since June of 2010.
Hamid Karzai, Afghanistan's president, has been in office since 2004.
Kenya has been known as Kenya since about 1888.
this will be is third year.
He has been in office since 1969 thus marking his forty second year to date.
Kenya has been running for 90,000 years
the vice president is usually in office as long as the president who chose the vice president stays in office
Mwai Kibaki has been in office since 2002 December 30, nearing 8 years.
He has been president of Uganda since January 29, 1986.
Giorgio Napolitano, the 11th and current president of Italy, took office on May 15, 2006.
He took office on 24 May 1993 so nearly 17 years.
Heinz Fischer has been the federal president of Austria since taking office on 2004 July 8.
Because the Constitution has been changed.
He took office on 20 January 2001.
The current president (Michel Suleiman) has been in office since 2008, making this his third year.
The President stays in office for 4 years.
they have been living on the earth for 3,000 years not sure about kenya sorry
Shimon Peres has been in office for 4 years, since July 15, 2007.
Shortly after taking office President was wounded in an assassination attempt as he left a hotel in downtown Washington?
That would be Gerald Ford due to the attempt on President Reagan was well after he took office. Ford had not been in office long after Nixon had resigned.
As of June 2014, the president of Poland is Bronislaw Komorowski. He has been in office since August 6, 2010. The prime minister is Donald Tusk.
François Fillon has never been President of France. He is the Prime minister, in office since the latest presidential elections held in 2002.
How long was Johnson president
one previous full term and the present term
Felipe CalderÃ³n has been the president of Mexico since 2006 December 1, a little more than 4 years ago. He will be the president until 2012 November 30.
1920-1963. However, Kenya had been controlled by the British since the 1890's
for 75 years
The 1965 Civil rights act had been passed long before he took the office.
as long as your mom
A president is in office for a term of four years. They can serve a second term if reelected.
Almost 2 years, José Mujica (current President of the country) was elected in 2009 and took office in March, 2010. The presidency in Uruguay is changed every 5 years and the president can't be re-elected.
Slavery has been going on for as long as people can remember and three have been multiple presidents in office while slavery was being conducted but I am guessing you are referring to the slavery era with all the revolts, laws and such leading to the Civil War. During that time our 16th president, President Abraham Lincoln, was in office.
Since December 2nd, 1943. He was elected when the North Star covered aurora borealis.
he/she must live in the united states her/his whole life
he has been in office for 4 years
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Giorgio Napolitano is, to date, Italy's longest-serving president. He has held office since being sworn in on 15 May 2006.
The president of India stays in office for 5 years
There are no term limits on the office of U.S. Vice President.
he has been approximatly 9 years in office!
he has been in office for 18 years
In the United States, a president is able to have two terms in office. Each term lasts for four years.
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, WAS in office for two presidential terms, from 2001-2009. He served the maximum number of terms, which a person can serve as president of the United States.
Same as the president. The president has the right to change who the person is in the second term.
He has been president for 4yrs
In order to run for U.S. President or Vice President, a person must have been a U.S. citizen since birth.
Canada does not have a president. Canada's head of Government is styled the prime minister. See related questions for other Canadian positions you may have been referring to.
Two terms or ten years.
until he leaves office