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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 6: The Council of State

CHAPTER SIX  THE COUNCIL OF STATE Article 69[45] The Council of State shall consist of two organs: The Administrative Tribunal; The Court of Auditors. Statute shall determine the composition of the Council of State and its two organs, and regulate the competence of these organs and the procedure applicable before them. Next: Chapter 7 – The [...]

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Constitution of Algeria – 9: Control

TITLE III CONCERNING THE INSTITUTIONS OF CONTROL AND CONSULTATION CHAPTER ONE  CONTROL Article 159 The elected assemblies shall assume the control function in its popular dimension. Article 160 The Government shall give an account to each chamber of the Parliament on the use of budgetary credits which it has voted for each budgetary period. The budgetary period [...]

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Constitution of Algeria – 8: The Judicial Power

CHAPTER THREE  THE JUDICIAL POWER Article 138 The judicial authority shall be independent. It shall be exercised within the framework of the law. Article 139 The judicial authority shall protect society and the liberties. It shall guarantee to all and everyone the protection of their fundamental rights. Article 140 Justice shall be founded on the principles of [...]

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Constitution of Egypt – 4: Sovereignty of the Law

Chapter four: Sovereignty of the Law Art.64: The Sovereignty of the law is the basis of State rule. Art.65: The State shall be subject to law. The independence and immunity of the judicature are two basic guarantees to safeguard rights and liberties. Art.66: Penalty shall be personal. There shall be no crime or penalty except by [...]

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