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Original name: Ustav Crne Gore
Name: Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro, 2007.
Country: Montenegro
Subject(s): Constitutional law
Type of legislation: Constitution
Adopted on: 2007-10-19
Entry into force:
Published on: Sluzbeni List, 2007-10-25, No. 1, 20 p., ISSN: 0354-1541
ISN: MGO-2007-C-78709
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=78709&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Sluzbeni List, 2007-10-25, No. 1, 20 p., ISSN: 0354-1541
Unofficial English Translation, International Labour Office (ILO), 53 p. PDF PDF
Constitutions of the Countries of the World, 2010-04, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Rüdiger Wolfrum, Director and Dr. Rainer Grote, LL.M., Senior Research Fellow, Oceana Publications, Oxford University Press, New York, ISBN: 978-0-379-00467-0
Constitution on-line Constitution on-line Sluzbeni List Republike Crne Gore, Montenegro PDF PDF (consulted on 2010-11-05)
Constitution on-line in English Constitution on-line in English Legislationline, OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights PDF PDF (consulted on 2009-11-03)
Constitution on-line Constitution on-line Parliament of Montenegro PDF of Constitution in English PDF of Constitution in English (consulted on 2015-08-26)
Constitution on-line Constitution on-line Parliament of Montenegro PDF of Constitution in Montenegrin PDF of Constitution in Montenegrin (consulted on 2015-08-26)
Abstract/Citation: Consists of VIII parts:
Part I contains basic provisions, establishing Montenegro as an independent state, and includes provisions of state symbols, human rights, citizenship, language, separation of religion from matters of state, relation with other states.
Part II deals with human rights and their legal protection, including dignity of person, prohibition of death penalty, legal procedures, political rights and liberties, freedom of expression and media, economic, social and cultural rights, right to work, prohibition of forced work, right to strike, social security, protection of consumers, protection of children and right to education, and minority rights.
Part III contains provisions for government organization, including assembly, president, government, state and local administration, and judicial system.
Part IV deals with economic organization
Part V with legality and constitutionality of laws
Part VI with Constitutional Court of Montenegro
Part VII with changes of the Constitution
Part VIII with constitutional law for the passing of Constitution
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