decembrie 20, 2013

Constituţia Albaniei (eng)

1998 CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA Text approved by referendum on 22 November 1998 and amended on 13 January 2007 Translated under the auspices of OSCE -Albania We, the people of Albania, proud and aware of our history, with responsibility for the future, and with faith in God and/or other universal values, with determination to build a social and democratic state based on the rule of law, and to guarantee the fundamental human rights and freedoms, with a spirit of religious coexistence and tolerance, with a pledge to protect human dignity and personhood, as well as for the prosperity of the whole nation, for peace, well-being,...

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Constituţia Austriei (eng)

Federal Constitutional Law Table of contents Chapter I: General Provisions; European Union A. General Provisions B. European Union Chapter II: Federal Legislation A. The National Council B. The Federal Council C. The Federal Assembly D. Federal Legislative Procedure E. Participation of the National Council and of the Federal Council F. Status of Members of the National Council and the Federal Council Chapter III: Federal Execution A. Administration 1. The Federal President 2. The Federal Government 3. The Federal Security Authorities 4. The Federal Army 5. The Federal School Authorities B. Jurisdiction Chapter IV: Legislation and Execution by the Laender A....

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Constituţia Belgiei (eng)

CONTENTS Title I On federal Belgium, its components and its territory 7 Title Ibis On general political objectives of federal Belgium, the Communities and the Regions 9 Title II On Belgians and their rights 10 Title III On powers 16 Chapter I – On the federal Houses 18 Section I – On the House of Representatives 22 Section II – On the Senate 23 Chapter II – On federal legislative power 26 Chapter III – On the King and the Federal Government 29 Section I – On the King 29 Section II – On the Federal Government 31 Section III...

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Constituţia Bosniei şi Herţegovina (eng)

CONSTITUTION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA PREAMBLE Based on respect for human dignity, liberty, and equality, Dedicated to peace, justice, tolerance, and reconciliation, Convinced that democratic governmental institutions and fair procedures best produce peaceful relations within a pluralist society, Desiring to promote the general welfare and economic growth through the protection of private property and the promotion of a market economy, Guided by the Purposes and Principles of the Charter of the United Nations, Committed to the sovereignty, territorial integrity, and political independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina in accordance with international law, Determined to ensure full respect for international humanitarian law, Inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the...

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Constituţia Bulgariei (eng)

THE CONSTITUTION OF BULGARIA The new Constitution, adopted by the Grand National Assembly on 12 July 1991 and signed by Nikolay Todorov, chairman of the Grand National Assembly, promulgated under Official Gazette ("DURZHAVEN VESTNIK") N 56, 1991, on the 13th of July 1991 Order of Nikolay Todorov, chairman of the Grand National Assembly, on the promulgation of the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria, issued in Sofia on 12 July 1991 On the basis of Section 9 of the interim and concluding provisions of the Constitution of the Republic of  Bulgaria, adopted on 12 July 1991, I hereby decree that...

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Constituţia Croaţiei (eng)

The Committee on the Constitution, Standing Orders and Political System of the Croatian Parliament, pursuant to its authority as specified in Article 57 of the Standing Orders of the Croatian Parliament, has confirmed the consolidated text of the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia at its session held on 6 July 2010. The consolidated text of the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia encompasses the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia (as published in the official journal of the Republic of Croatia, Narodne novine, no. 56/90, 135/97, 8/98 – consolidated text, 113/2000, 124/2000 – consolidated text, 28/2001, 41/2001 – consolidated text, 55/2001 – correction) and the Amendments...

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Constituţia Estoniei (eng)

Translation into English. Translations into English are officially sanctioned for information purpose only. Only The Estonian language text has the force of law. passed by a referendum held on 28 June 1992 (RT11992, 26, 349), entered into force 3 July 1992, amended by the following Acts: 12.04.2007 entered into force 21.07.2007 - RT I 2007, 33, 210; 05.10.2003 entered into force 06.01.2004 - RT I 2003, 64, 429; 25.02.2003 entered into force 17.10.2005 - RT I 2003, 29, 174. With unwavering faith and a steadfast will to strengthen and develop the state, which is established on the inextinguishable right of...

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Constituţia Franţei

WARNING 1° The versions in italics of articles 11, 56, 61-1, 65, 69, 71-1 and 73 of the Constitution will come into effect in the manner determined by statutes and Institutional Acts necessary for their application by virtue of the article 46 of the Constitutional Act no. 2008-724 of July 23, 2008; 2° The versions in italics of the title of Title XV and articles 88-1, 88-2, 88-4, 88-5, 88-6, 88-7 will come into effect upon the coming into force of the Treaty of Lisbon, amending the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty establishing the European Community, signed on December 13, 2007 by virtue of...

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Constituţia Georgiei (eng)

THE CONSTITUTION OF GEORGIA Adopted on 24 August 1995  Last amendment 27.12.06  The citizens of Georgia, Whose firm will is to establish a democratic social order, economic freedom, a rule-of-law based social State, To secure universally recognised human rights and freedoms, To enhance the state independence and peaceful relations with other people, bearing in mind the centuries-old traditions of the Statehood of the Georgian Nation and the basic principles of the Constitution of Georgia of 1921, Proclaim nation-wide the present Constitution. [maxbutton id="1" url="https://cj.md/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Constituţia-Georgiei-eng.pdf" ]

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Constituţia Germaniei (eng)

Preamble 13 I. Basic Rights 14 Art. 1 [Human dignity – Human rights – Legally binding force of basic rights] 15 Art. 2 [Personal freedoms] 15 Art. 3 [Equality before the law] 15 Art. 4 [Freedom of faith and conscience] 15 Art. 5 [Freedom of expression, arts and sciences] 16 Art. 6 [Marriage – Family – Children] 16 Art. 7 [School system] 17 Art. 8 [Freedom of assembly] 17 Art. 9 [Freedom of association] 18 Art. 10 [Privacy of correspondence, posts and telecommunications] 18 Art. 11 [Freedom of movement] 19 Art. 12 [Occupational freedom] 19 Art. 12a [Compulsory military and...

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