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Provisional Constitution of Tunisia (2011) – 5: Final Provisions

Section Five ­ Final Provisions Article 18 ­ The decree ­law herein ceases to be applicable as soon as a national constituent assembly takes its functions and fixes another organization of the public authorities. Article 19 ­ The decree­ law herein shall be published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia and shall come into [...]

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Provisional Constitution of Tunisia (2011) – 4: The Judicial Power

Section Four ­ The Judicial Power Article 17 ­ The judicial power shall be organized and run and shall exercise its competences in accordance with the laws and regulations in force. Next: Chapter 5 – Final Provisions

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Provisional Constitution of Tunisia (2011) – 3: The Executive Power

Chapter Three The Executive Power Article 6 The executive power is exercised by the President of the Republic by Interim assisted by a provisional Government run by a Prime Minister. Section One ­ The President of the Republic by Interim Article 7 ­ The President of the Republic by Interim sees to the implantation of the [...]

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Provisional Constitution of Tunisia (2011) – 2: The Legislative Power

Chapter Two The Legislative Power Article 4 ­ The legislative texts shall be enacted in form of decree ­laws. The President of the Republic by Interim shall enact the decree ­laws after the deliberation in the council of Ministers and shall see to their publication in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia. Article 5 ­ Shall [...]

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Provisional Constitution of Tunisia (2011) – 1: General Provisions

Decree ­law n° 2011­14 dated 23 March 2011, relating to the provisional organization of the public authorities. The President of the Republic by Interim, On a proposal from the Prime Minister, Considering that the Tunisian people are sovereign and exercise sovereignty through his representatives elected with direct, free and fair vote, Considering that the people have expressed during [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia – 10: Revision of the Constitution

CHAPTER TEN[52] REVISION OF THE CONSTITUTION Article 76[53] The initiative for the amendment of the Constitution shall belong to the President of the Republic or to at least one-third of the members of the Chamber of Deputies, subject to the reservation that it does not affect the republican form of the State. The President of [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 9: The Constitutional Council

CHAPTER NINE[48] THE CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL Article 72[49] The Constitutional Council shall examine the Bills which are submitted to it by the President of the Republic for their conformity or compatibility with the Constitution. The submission is compulsory for Institutional Bills, for Bills referred to in Article 47 of the Constitution, as well as for Bills [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 8: The Local Communities

CHAPTER EIGHT THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES Article 71[47] The municipal councils, the regional councils and the entities on which statute confers the quality of local community shall administer the local affairs in the conditions determined by statute. Next: Chapter 9 – The Constitutional Council [47] Constitutional Act No. 2002-51 of June 1, 2002 has created the possibility [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 7: The Economic and Social Council

CHAPTER SEVEN  THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL Article 70[46] The Economic and Social Council shall be a consultative assembly in economic and social matters. Its composition and its relations with the Chamber of Deputies and the Chamber of Councilors shall be determined by statute. Next: Chapter 8 – The Local Communities [46] As amended by Constitutional [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 6: The Council of State

CHAPTER SIX  THE COUNCIL OF STATE Article 69[45] The Council of State shall consist of two organs: The Administrative Tribunal; The Court of Auditors. Statute shall determine the composition of the Council of State and its two organs, and regulate the competence of these organs and the procedure applicable before them. Next: Chapter 7 – The [...]

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