Kenya is governed under the constitution of 2010, but the present government was elected under the previous charter. The president, who is the head of state, is popularly elected for a five-year term and is eligible for a second term. The prime minister (a post abolished in 1964, reestablished in 2008, and abolished again in 2010) is the head of government. The unicameral legislature consists of the 224-seat National Assembly or Bunge. There are 210 members who are popularly elected to serve five-year terms, 12 who are appointed by the president, and two ex-officio members. Administratively, the country is divided into seven provinces and the capital area. Under the new constitution, the president will be head of state and government, there will be a bicameral legislature, and the country will be divided into 47 counties.