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Constitution of Jordan – 3: Powers: General Provisions

CHAPTER THREE POWERS: GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 24 (i) The Nation is the source of all powers. (ii) The Nation shall exercise its powers in the manner prescribed by the present Constitution. Article 25 The Legislative Power shall be vested in the National Assembly and the King. The National Assembly shall consist of a Senate and [...]

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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 Lebanon – 6: Final and Temporary Provisions

PART SIX FINAL AND TEMPORARY PROVISIONS Article 95 (As amended by the Constitutional Law of November 9, 1943, and by the constitutional law of September 21,1990) The Chamber of Deputies that is elected on the basis of equality between Muslims and Christians shall take the appropriate measures to bring about the abolition of political confessionalism [...]

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Constitution of Lebanon – 3: Election of the President, Amendments to the Constitution, Chamber of Deputies

PART THREE A: ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC Article 73 (As amended by the Constitutional Law of October 17, 1927, and the constitutional law of may 22,1948, and the constitutional law of April 24,1976) One month at least and two months at most before the expiration of the term of office of the [...]

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Constitution of Lebanon – 2: General Powers

PART TWO  POWERS CHAPTER ONE GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 16 (As amended by the Constitutional Law of October 17, 1927) The legislative power shall be vested in a single body, the Chamber of Deputies. Article 17 (As amended by the Constitutional Law of September 21, 1990) Executive power shall be entrusted to the Council of Ministers [...]

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Constitution of Lebanon (1995)

Sections 1:Fundamental Provisions (The State and Its Territory; The Lebanese) 2: General Powers (General Provisions, Legislative Power, Executive Power) 3: Election of the President, Amendments to the Constitution, Chamber of Deputies 4: Miscellaneous Provisions (Supreme Council, Finance) 5: Provisions Relating to the Mandatory Power and the League of Nations 6: Final and Temporary Provisions Download [...]

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