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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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Constitution of Morocco – 11: Local Government

CHAPTER ELEVEN LOCAL GOVERNMENT Article 100 The local government of the Kingdom shall consist of Regions, prefectures, provinces and communes. No other form of local government may be established except by law. Article 101 Local assemblies shall be elected to be responsible for the conduct of their affairs on the basis of democratic principles and [...]

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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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Constitution of Morocco – 8: The High Court of Justice

CHAPTER EIGHT THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE Article 88 Members of the Government shall be penally responsible for crimes and felonies they may commit while exercising their functions. Article 89 They may be indicted by the two Houses of Parliament: and referred to the High Court of Justice for trial. Article 90 The proposed draft [...]

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Constitution of Morocco – 7: The Judiciary

CHAPTER SEVEN THE JUDICIARY Article 82 The Judiciary shall be independent of the legislative and executive branches. Article 83 Sentences shall be passed and executed in the King’s name. Article 84 Upon recommendations made by the Supreme Council of Magistracy, Magistrates shall be appointed by Royal Decrees. Article 85 Magistrates in the bench shall be [...]

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Constitution of Morocco – 5: The Branches: Relations Between the King and Parliament

CHAPTER FIVE THE BRANCHES: RELATIONS BETWEEN THE KING AND PARLIAMENT Article 67 The King may request a second reading by the two Houses of any draft bill or proposed law. Article 68 A second reading shall be requested in a message. Such a new reading shall not be refused. Article 69 After a second reading, [...]

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Constitution of Morocco

Sections: 1:General Provisions and Basic Principles 2: Monarchy 3: Organisation of Parliament 4: The Government 5: The Branches: Relations Between the King and Parliament 6: The Constitutional Council 7: The Judiciary 8: The High Court of Justice 9: The Economic and Social Council 10: The Audit Court 11: Local Government 12: Revising the Constitution 13: [...]

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