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Constitution of Lebanon – 5: Provisions Relating to the Mandatory Power and the League of Nations

PART FIVE PROVISIONS RELATING TO THE MANDATORY POWER AND THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS Article 90 (abrogated by the Constitutional Law of November 9, 1943) Article 91 (abrogated by the Constitutional Law of November 9, 1943) Article 92 (abrogated by the constitutional law of November 9,1943) Article 93 (abrogated by the constitutional law of January 21,1947) [...]

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Constitution of Kazakhstan – 7: Court and Justice

Section Seven Court and Justice Article 75 Justice in the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be exercised only by the court. Judicial power shall be exercised through the constitutional, civil, administrative, criminal and other forms of judicial procedure as established by law. In cases, stipulated by law, criminal procedure shall be carried out with participation of [...]

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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 Kazakhstan – 3: The President

Section Three The President Article 40 The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan shall be the head of state, its highest official determining the main directions of the domestic and foreign policy of the state and representing Kazakhstan within the country and in international relations. The President of the Republic shall be the symbol and [...]

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