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Name: Falklands Islands Constitution Order 1985. S.I. No. 444.
Country: United Kingdom - Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
Subject(s): Constitutional law; Human rights
Type of legislation: Constitution
Adopted on: 1985-03-20
Entry into force:
Published on: Statutory Instruments, 1985, Part 1, Section 2, p. 1086-1140
ISN: GBR-1985-C-5404
Bibliography: Statutory Instruments, 1985, Part 1, Section 2, p. 1086-1140
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Abstract/Citation: Provides that the Constitution of the Falkland Islands set out in Schedule 1 shall come into operation on 18 Apr. 1985. Schedule 2 sets forth instruments which are thereby revoked. Contents of the Constitution: Ch. I: Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms of the Individual; Ch. II: The Governor; Ch. III: The Legislature; Ch. IV: Powers and Procedures of the Legislative Council; Ch. V: The Executive; Ch. VI: Finance; Ch. VII: The Public Services; Ch. VIII: The Judicature; Ch. IX: Miscellaneous; Annex A: Rules for the Enactment of Laws; Annex B: Oaths and Affirmations.
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