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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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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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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 Tunisia

2008 Constitution Sections: 1: General Provisions 2: The Legislative Power 3: The Executive Power 4: The Judicial Power 5: The High Court 6: The Council of State 7: The Economic and Social Council 8: The Local Communities 9: The Constitutional Council 10: Revision of the Constitution 2011 Provisional Constitution Sections: 1: General Provisions 2: The [...]

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