Section Six Final and Transitional Provisions Chapter One [Final Provisions] Article 126: First: The President of the Republic and the Council of the Ministers collectively,or one-fifth of the Council of Representatives members, may propose to amend the Constitution. Second: The fundamental principles mentioned in Section One and the rights and liberties mentioned in Section [...]
Section One Fundamental Principles Article 1: The Republic of Iraq is a single federal, independent and fully sovereign state in which the system of government is republican, representative, parliamentary, and democratic, and this Constitution is a guarantor of the unity of Iraq. Article 2: First: Islam is the official religion of the State and is [...]
Chapter 6 – Repeals Article 23 Any Ottoman or Jordanian or Palestinian enactment published before this Law in the Official Gazette shall, in so far as it conflicts with the provisions hereof, be repealed. Article 24 The Prime Minister and the other Ministers shall be entrusted with the application of this Law.
CHAPTER FIVE THE LEGISLATIVE POWER The National Assembly Article 62 The National Assembly shall consist of two Houses: The Senate and the Chamber of Deputies. Part I The Senate Article 63 The Senate, including the Speaker, shall consist of not more than one- half of the number of the members of the Chamber of Deputies. [...]
Section Five Final Provisions Article 18 The decree law herein ceases to be applicable as soon as a national constituent assembly takes its functions and fixes another organization of the public authorities. Article 19 The decree law herein shall be published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia and shall come into [...]
Chapter Two The Legislative Power Article 4 The legislative texts shall be enacted in form of decree laws. The President of the Republic by Interim shall enact the decree laws after the deliberation in the council of Ministers and shall see to their publication in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Tunisia. Article 5 Shall [...]