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Civil Code of Iran (1928, as amended 1985; selected provisions related to women) – 5: On Family

Article 1195 – Provisions for the maintenance of the wife are those stipulated in Chapter 1, Part 1 of Book 7 and those stipulated in this Chapter. Article 1196 – Only relatives by blood in a direct line ascending or descending are under reciprocal obligation to provide maintenance for each other. Article 1197- A person [...]

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Constitution of Pakistan – 5: The Majlis-E-Shoora (Parliament)

Composition, Duration and Meetings of 1[Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament)] 50. Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) 2 [50. There shall be a Majlis-e-Shoora (Parliament) of Pakistan consisting of the President and two Houses to be known respectively as the National Assembly and the Senate.] 51. National Assembly 51. 3[(1) There shall be three hundred and forty-two seats of the members in the National Assembly, [...]

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Turkish Criminal Code of 2004 (selected provisions related to women) – Volume 2: Special Provisions – Chapter 3: Offences against Community – Section 8: Offences against Family Order

Multiple or fraudulent marriage, religious marriage ceremony ARTICLE 230-(1) A person who marries to another person although he/she is legally married at that time is punished with imprisonment from six months to two years. (2) Any person who officially gets married to a person known as married to another person although he is bachelor, is [...]

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Constitution of Egypt

Sections: 1: The State 2: Social and Moral Constituents, Economic Constituents 3: Public Freedoms, Rights and Duties 4: Sovereignty of the Law 5: The Head of the State, The People’s Assembly, The Executive Authority, The Judiciary Authority, The Supreme Constitutional Court, The Socialist Public Prosecutor, The Armed Forces and The National Defence Council, The Police [...]

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Constitution of Iranian

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Constitution of Morocco (2011)

Preamble Sections: General Provisions Fundamental Freedoms and Rights Of the Royalty Of the Legislative Power Of the Executive Power Of the Relations between the Powers Of the Judicial Power Of the Constitutional Court Of the Regions and of the Other Territorial Collectivities Of the Court of Accounts Of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council Of [...]

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Libyan Penal Code of 1953, Amended 1956 (selected provisions related to women)

Sections: Title I – Offences Against The Individual – Chapter I – Offences Against Individual Life and Safety Title I – Offences Against The Individual – Chapter II – Abortion Title II – Offences Against The Family – Chapter II – Offences Against Family Morals Title III – Offences Against Freedom, Honour and Morals

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Nationality Law No. 6 of Jordan (1954, 1987 Amendment) – 6: Repeals

Chapter 6 – Repeals Article 23 Any Ottoman or Jordanian or Palestinian enactment published before this Law in the Official Gazette shall, in so far as it conflicts with the provisions hereof, be repealed. Article 24 The Prime Minister and the other Ministers shall be entrusted with the application of this Law. 

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Nationality Law No. 6 of Jordan (1954, 1987 Amendment) – 5: Loss of Jordanian Nationality

Chapter 5 – Loss of Jordanian nationality Article 18 (1)Any person who enters the military service of a foreign State without the prior permission or leave of the Jordanian Council of Ministers and refuses to leave the same when so directed by the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of the Jordan shall lose his nationality. [...]

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Nationality Law No. 6 of Jordan (1954, 1987 Amendment) – 4: Renunciation of Nationality

Chapter 4 – Renunciation of nationality Article 15 Any Jordanian may with the approval of the Council of Ministers renounce his Jordanian nationality and acquire the nationality of a foreign State. Article 16 Any Jordanian may renounce his Jordanian nationality and acquire the nationality of an Arab State. Article 17 (a)A Jordanian who acquires the [...]

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