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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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Constitution of Iranian

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Constitution of Morocco (2011) – 11: Of the Economic, Social, Environmental Council

Article 151 An Economic, Social and Environmental Council is instituted. Article 152 The Economic, Social and Environmental Council may be consulted by the government, by the Chamber of Representatives and by the Chamber of Councilors on all the questions of economic, social or environmental character. It gives its opinion on the general orientations of the [...]

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Constitution of Algeria (1996)

Preamble   Sections: General Provisions Organization of Powers Control and Consultative Institutions Constitution Revision Transitional Provisions

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Constitution of Pakistan – 4: The President

PART III The Federation of Pakistan CHAPTER ONE: THE PRESIDENT 41. The President 41. (1) There shall be a President of Pakistan who shall be the Head of State and shall represent the unity of the Republic. (2) A person shall not be qualified for election as President unless he is a Muslim of not less than [...]

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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) – 5: The High Court

CHAPTER FIVE THE HIGH COURT Article 68 The High Court shall sit in a case of high treason committed by a member of the Government. The competence and the composition of the High Court as well as the procedure applicable before it shall be specified by statute. Next: Chapter 6 – The Council of State

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Constitution of Morocco – 13: Special Provisions

CHAPTER THIRTEEN SPECIAL PROVISIONS Article 107 Pending the election of the Houses of Parliament provided for in the present Constitution, the current House of Representatives shall continue to discharge its duties, namely by passing the laws required for the setting up of the new Houses of Parliament, without prejudice to the implementation of the provisions of [...]

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Constitution of Morocco – 10: The Audit Court

CHAPTER TEN THE AUDIT COURT Article 96 The Audit Court shall be responsible for conducting overall supervision of the implementation of the budget. It shall ensure the sound conduct of receipt and expenditure operations and evaluate the management of agencies placed under its control by law. It shall also take action, when necessary, against violation [...]

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Constitution of Morocco – 9: The Economic and Social Council

CHAPTER NINE THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL Article 93 An Economic and Social Council shall be established. Article 94 The Economic and Social Council may be consulted by the Government, as well as the House of Representatives and the House of Counsellors on all matters of economic or social nature. It shall give its opinion [...]

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