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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 Tunisia (2008) – 8: The Local Communities

CHAPTER EIGHT THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES Article 71[47] The municipal councils, the regional councils and the entities on which statute confers the quality of local community shall administer the local affairs in the conditions determined by statute. Next: Chapter 9 – The Constitutional Council [47] Constitutional Act No. 2002-51 of June 1, 2002 has created the possibility [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 7: The Economic and Social Council

CHAPTER SEVEN  THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL Article 70[46] The Economic and Social Council shall be a consultative assembly in economic and social matters. Its composition and its relations with the Chamber of Deputies and the Chamber of Councilors shall be determined by statute. Next: Chapter 8 – The Local Communities [46] As amended by Constitutional [...]

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 5: The High Court

CHAPTER FIVE THE HIGH COURT Article 68 The High Court shall sit in a case of high treason committed by a member of the Government. The competence and the composition of the High Court as well as the procedure applicable before it shall be specified by statute. Next: Chapter 6 – The Council of State

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Constitution of Tunisia (2008) – 4: The Judicial Power

CHAPTER FOUR THE JUDICIAL POWER Article 64 Judgments shall be pronounced in the name of the people and shall be executed in the name of the President of the Republic. Article 65 The judicial power shall be independent; in the exercise of their functions the judges and prosecutors shall only be subject to the authority [...]

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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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