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  1. United Republic of Tanzania - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Constitution of Zanzibar (Consequential, Transitional and Temporary Provisions) Decree, 1979 (No. 3 of 1980).

    Adoption: 1979-12-11 | TZA-1979-R-48556

    Provides for the continuation of laws, legal proceedings, and terms of office of public officials from the period preceeding the Constitution of Zanzibar, 1979.

  2. United Republic of Tanzania - Constitutional law - Constitution

    The Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania. - Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 1977-04-26 | TZA-1977-C-56763

    The revised version effects changes necessitated by the abandonment of the one-party state ideology, including, inter alia, reinforced emphasis on human rights rather than "socialism and self reliance"(art. 9),the elimination of the leading role of the Party, and the introduction of conditions concerning the tenure of office (articles 53 and 57). Chapter 1, Part II specifically provides rights to equality before the law, work, just remuneration, and freedom of association. It also stipulates a duty to participate in work. Chapters 4 and 5 provide for relations with Zanzibar and the structure of the Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar.

  3. United States of America - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Elections [A.S.C.A. Title 6]. (American Samoa Election Reform Act of 1977) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1977 | USA-1977-L-105136

    Chapters:
    01 General Provisions
    02 Registration
    03 Issues-Candidates
    04 District Officials
    05 Conduct of Elections
    06 Ballots
    07 Voting Procedures
    08 Vote Count
    09 Election Contests
    10 Expenses
    11 Absentee Voting
    12 Election Offenses
    17 Election Contributions and Expenses


    Chapters 01 through 12 of this title shall be known and may be cited as the "American Samoa Election Reform Act of 1977" and is applicable to all special, general and runoff elections where issues are presented or Territory-wide candidates, including but not limited to the Governor and Lieutenant Governor and the Delegate-at-Large, and members of the House of Representatives, are elected by secret popular ballot.

  4. United States of America - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Revised Constitution of American Samoa. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1967 | USA-1967-C-98671

  5. United States of America - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the United States of America [consolidated version]. - Constitution of the United States

    Adoption: 1787-09-17 | USA-1787-C-44015

  6. Uruguay - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Ley núm. 18858 de interpretación del artículo 74 de la Constitución. - Parlamento

    Adoption: 2011-12-07 | URY-2011-C-89829

    Sustituye el artículo 4 de la Ley núm. 16021, de 13 de abril de 1989,para interpretar el artículo 74 de la Constitución de la República en el sentido que debe entenderse por avecinamiento la realización de actos que pongan de manifiesto, de manera inequívoca, la voluntad de la persona en ese sentido, como por ejemplo, la permanencia en el país por un lapso superior a tres meses o el accesso a un empleo en la actividad pública o privada.

  7. Uruguay - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Reforma constitucional aprobada el 26 de noviembre de 1989.

    Adoption: 1989-11-26 | URY-1989-C-25212

    Se agregan al artículo 67 de la Constitución los siguientes incisos: "Los ajustes de las asignaciones de jubilación y pensión no podrán ser inferiores a la variación del índice medio de salarios, y se efectuarán en las mismas oportunidades en que se establezcan ajustes o aumentos en las remuneraciones de los funcionarios de la Administración Central. Las prestaciones previstas en el incisio anterior se financiarán sobre la base de: a) contribuciones obreras y patronales y demás tributos establecidos por ley. Dichos recursos no podrán ser afectados a fines ajenos a los precedentemente mencionados; y b) la asistencia financiera que deberá proporcionar el Estado, si fuere necesario."

  8. Uruguay - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitución de la República Oriental del Uruguay [versión consolidada]. - Georgetown University

    Adoption: 1967 | URY-1966-C-4755

    Con modificaciones.

  9. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law No. ZRU-431 of 31 May 2017 "On Constitutional Court", as amended to 14 September 2017. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2017-05-31 | Date of entry into force: 2017-06-05 | UZB-2017-L-106944

    Chapter 1. General provisions
    Chapter 2. Status of judges of Constitutional Court
    Chapter 3. Proceedings in Constitutional Court
    Chapter 4. Other matters of organization and activity of Constitutional Court
    Chapter 5. Final provisions.
    Repeals the previous law No. 103-I of 30 August 1995 "On Constitutional Court" (Vedomosti Olij Majlisa Respubliki Uzbekistan, 1995, No. 9, p. 178).

  10. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law No.ZRU-366 of 16 April 2014 to Amend and Supplement Certain Articles of the Constitution (Articles 32, 78, 93, 98, 103, 117). - Legislation On-Line in Russian

    Adoption: 2014-04-16 | Date of entry into force: 2014-04-17 | UZB-2014-L-98885

    Introduces a number of amendments aimed at the democratization of the public authority bodies and their governance. Namely: rephrases the second sentence of article 32 concerning the right of citizens to participate in the state and society governance; rephrases para 21 of part 1 of article 78 on the public control over the state activity; changes the wording of paras 7, 8, 10, 16, 24 of article 93 on the functions of the President; rephrases article 98 on the executive authority; supplements article 103 with new part 2 on local governments, also article 117 with parts 6-9 on the procedure of elections and the central electoral body.

  11. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law No. ZRU-350 from 22 April 2013 to Amend and Supplement Law of the Republic of Uzbekistan on Bodies of Self-Government of Citizens. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2013-04-22 | Date of entry into force: 2013-04-29 | UZB-2013-L-96326

    Provides a new text of the previous law of 1993 .
    Chapter I: General provisions
    Chapter II: Competencies of bodies of self-government of citizens
    Chapter III: Organization of activity of bodies of self-government of citizens
    Chapter IV: Economic bases of activity of bodies of self-government of citizens
    Chapter V: Final provisions.

  12. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Law No. 284 of 18 April 2011 to Amend articles 78, 80, 93,96 and 98 of the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan. - Laws On-Line

    Adoption: 2011-04-18 | Date of entry into force: 1992-12-08 | UZB-2011-C-90262

    Amends the following articles:
    - article 78 concerning joint authority of the Legislative Chamber and the Senate of the Oliy Majlis;
    - article 80 concerning the exclusive powers of the Senate of the Oliy Majlis of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
    - article 93 concerning the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan;
    - article 96 on provisions in case of President's failure to perform duties due to Poor Health; and
    - article 98 on Cabinet of Ministers Functioning, Power and Competences.

  13. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitutional Act of 11 April 2007 to increase the role of political parties for the democratisation of the State and modernisation of the country (Text No. 161).

    Adoption: 2007-04-11 | Date of entry into force: 2008-01-01 | UZB-2007-C-76497

  14. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic Uzbekistan of 8 December 1992. - Constitution (in English)

    Adoption: 1992-12-08 | UZB-1992-C-38528

    According to section 34, all Uzbek citizens shall have the right to form trade unions, political parties and any other public associations. Chapter 9 dealing with economic and social rights provides for the right to employment (free choice is guaranted), the right to social security (old age and disability benefits), the right to medical care and education. Pensions, allowances and other welfare benefits may not be lower than the officially fixed minimum subsistence wage. It entitles workers to paid rest, to fair conditions of labour and to protection against unemployment. It also prohibits forced labour, except as punishment under a judicial decision. Chapter 10 provides for guarantees of human rights and freedoms (equality of men and women, protection of minors, disabled and elderly persons). According to Chapter 13, trade unions shall be registered as prescribed by the law and have the status of public associations. They shall express and protect socio-economic rights and interests of workers and their membership is optional. Numerous provisions concern the organization of the State.

  15. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Act on the procedure to bring the Constitution of the Republic of Ubzbekistan into force.

    Adoption: 1992-12-08 | Date of entry into force: 1992-12-08 | UZB-1992-L-38529

    Amends section 77 of the Code of Labour Laws of Uzbekistan to include 8 December as a public holiday.

  16. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law of 30 September 1991 on Imparting the Status of Constitutional to the Law of the Republic Uzbekistan on the Fundamental Principles of State Independence of the Republic Uzbekistan.

    Adoption: 1991-09-30 | UZB-1991-L-66303

  17. Uzbekistan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law of 31 August 1991 on the Foundations of State Independence of the Republic Uzbekistan.

    Adoption: 1991-08-31 | UZB-1991-L-66301

  18. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2013 (Act No. 39 of 2013). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-01-16 | Date of entry into force: 2014-01-21 | VUT-2014-L-96916

  19. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution (Sixth) (Amendment) Act 2013 (Act No. 27 of 2013). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-12-20 | VUT-2013-L-96915

    Amends the Constitution to enable the recognition of dual citizenship.

  20. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Representation of the People (Amendment) Act 2012 (Act No. 10 of 2012). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012-04-26 | VUT-2012-L-96910

  21. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Representation of the People Act (Act No. 13 of 1982) (Cap. 146). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1982-07-09 | VUT-1982-L-96911

  22. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Citizenship (Entitled Persons) Act [Cap 110] (Act No. 13 of 1980). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1980-07-30 | VUT-1980-L-83126

    1. Interpretation
    2. Application by entitled person
    3. Time for lodging applications
    4. Registration of entitled person
    5. Publication of names of registered citizens
    6. Register
    7. Loss of citizenship
    8. Retention of certificates and extension of time for renunciation
    9. Penalties

  23. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Citizenship Act [Cap 112] (Act No. 16 of 1980). - Consolidated Edition 2006

    Adoption: 1980-07-30 | VUT-1980-L-83127

    Provides for citizenship by naturalization, renunciation of citizenship, and the establishment of a Citizenship Commission.

  24. Vanuatu - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic of Vanuatu, 1980. - Consolidated Edition 2006

    Adoption: 1980 | VUT-1980-C-44017

    As amended to the Third Amendment Act, 1983. The national language is Bislama; the official languages and languages of education shall be French and English. Chapter 2 contains fundamental rights and duties, including the right to life, liberty, and protection of the law; freedom of expression, assembly, religion and movement, as well as freedom from inhuman treatment and forced labour. Duties include the duty to work in "socially useful employment and, if necessary, to create ...legitimate opportunities for such employment." Chapter 3 governs citizenship; Chapter 4 Parliament; Chapter 5 the National Council of Chiefs; Chapter 6 the Head of State (the President); and Chapter 7 the Executive (Prime Minister). The judiciary is set forth in Chapter 8, including the Supreme Court. Chapter 9 relates to the public service, including the post of an Ombudsman. Chapter 10 governs emergency powers, allowing the promulgation of measures "justifiable in a democratic society," as long as they do not derogate from the right to life and freedom from inhuman treatment and forced labour (art. 69). Chapter 12 stipulates that land belongs to indigenous custom owners. Existing law shall remain in effect (s. 93).

  25. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitución de la República Bolivariana de Venezuela. - Constitución

    Adoption: 1999-12-20 | Date of entry into force: 2000-03-24 | VEN-1999-C-59814

    Posee un preámbulo y nueve títulos, a saber, respectivamente: Título I: Principios Fundamentales; Título II: Del espacio geográfico y la división política; Título III: De los derechos humanos y garantías, y de los deberes; Título IV: Del poder público; Título V: De la Organización del Poder Público Nacional; Título VI: Del Sistema Socio-Económico; Título VII: De la Seguridad de la Nación: Título VIII:De la protección de esta constitución; Título IX: De la Reforma Constitucional. Entre sus principios fundamentales establece que la educación y el trabajo son los procesos fundamentales para alcanzar los fines esenciales de defensa y desarrollo de la persona y su dignidad. En su artículo 79 afirma que el Estado creará oportunidades para estimular el tránsito productivo de los jóvenes hacia la vida adulta, en especial para la capacitación y acceso al primer empleo.En los artículos subsiguientes se refiere a la obligación del Estado de proveer a los beneficios de la seguridad social de los ancianos, de garantizar la equiparación de oportunidades y condiciones laborales satisfactorias a las personas con discapacidad, de garantizar el derecho a la salud a través de un sistema de seguridad social regido por los principios de gratuidad, universalidad, integralidad, equidad, integración social y solidaridad, dejando claro que el financiamiento del sistema público nacional de salud es obligación del Estado. En el artículo 87 declara que toda persona tiene derecho al trabajo y el deber de trabajar y que el Estado garantizará la adopción de las medidas necesarias para que toda persona pueda obtener ocupación productiva que le proporcione una existencia digna y le garantice el pleno ejercicio de este derecho. Por lo tanto, considera que el trabajo es un hecho social que gozará de la protección del Estado, disponiendo en la ley lo necesario para mejorar las condiciones materiales, morales e intelectuals de los trabajadores trabajadoras, obligación para cuyo cumplimiento el Estado establece determinados principios. Garantiza también la equidad e igualdad de hombres y mujeres en el ejercicio del derecho al trabajo. Desde el artículo 90 al 97 se prescriben distintos aspectos de los derechos de los trabajadores. Por último, el capítulo VII hace especial mención a los derechos de los pueblos indígenas.

  26. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 2183, por el cual se restituyen en todo el territorio nacional, a partir de la publicación del presente decreto, las garantías consagradas en el artículo 60, ordinales 1, 2, 6 y 10 y los artículos 62, 71 y 115 de la Constitución de la República.

    Adoption: 1992-04-09 | VEN-1992-R-29393

  27. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 2097, mediante el cual se restituyen, a partir de la publicación del presente Decreto en todo el Territorio nacional, las garantías consagradas en los artículos 64, 66 y 92 de la Constitución.

    Adoption: 1992-02-13 | VEN-1992-R-28783

  28. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Decreto núm. 2086, por el que se suspenden en todo el territorio nacional las garantías contenidas en los artículos 60, ordinales 1o., 2o., 6o. y 10o.; 62; 64; 71; 92 y 115 de la Constitución.

    Adoption: 1992-02-04 | VEN-1992-R-28778

  29. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Acuerdo del Congreso de la República de Venezuela, por el que se autoriza el decreto núm. 2086, que contempla la suspensión de las garantías previstas en los artículos 60, ordinales 1o., 2o., 6o. y 10o; 62; 64; 66; 71; 92 y 115 de la Constitución.

    Adoption: 1992-02-04 | VEN-1992-L-28779

  30. Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitución de la República de Venezuela

    Adoption: 1961-01-23 | VEN-1961-C-44106

    Se reafirma la organización federal del Estado. Los Municipios constituyen la unidad política primaria y autónoma dentro de la organización nacional. El Capítulo III del Título III enuncia los derechos individuales y el Capítulo IV del mismo título los derechos sociales. El art. 76 establece que todos tienen derecho a la protección de la salud, el art. 77 que el Estado propenderá a mejorar las condiciones de vida de la población campesina, el art. 78 consagra el derecho a la educación y los artículos 84 a 94 enuncian normas de protección al trabajador: Todos tienen derecho al trabajo, el trabajo será objeto de protección especial, todos los trabajadores disfrutarán de descanso semanal remunerado y de vacaciones pagas en conformidad con la ley, la ley garantizará igual salario para igual trabajo, sin discriminación alguna, fijará la participación que debe corresponder a los trabajadores en los beneficios de la empresa, etc. Se consagra el derecho de huelga, la protección especial a la mujer y al menor trabajadores, etc. La ley favorecerá el desarrollo de las relaciones colectivas de trabajo y establecerá el ordenamiento adecuado para las negociaciones colectivas; los sindicatos de trabajadores y los de patronos no estarán sometidos a otros requisitos para su existencia y funcionamiento que los que establezca la ley con el objeto de asegurar la mejor realización de sus funciones propias y garantizar los derechos de sus miembros.

  31. Viet Nam - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution 2013 (Hien phap 2013) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-11-28 | Date of entry into force: 2014-01-01 | VNM-2013-C-94490

    The Constitution contains 11 chapters and 120 Articles.

    Preamble
    Chapter I - The Political Regime
    Chapter II - Human Rights, Fundamental Rights and Duties of Citizens
    Chapter III - Economic, Social, Cultural, Education, Science, Technology and Environment
    Chapter IV - National Defense
    Chapter V - National Assembly
    Chapter VI - National President
    Chapter VII - The Government
    Chapter VIII - The People's Councils and the People's Committees
    Chapter IX - Local Governments
    Chapter X - Constitutional Council, National Council Election, State Audit
    Chapter XI - Effect of the Constitution and the Constitutional Amendments

  32. Viet Nam - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, 1992. - Constitution

    Adoption: 1992-04-15 | VNM-1992-C-33016

    Provides for the political, economic, cultural, social, national defense and security systems, as well as the basic rights and duties of citizens and the structure and the organizational and operational principles of various state agencies. It institutionalizes the system of relations by which the party is the leader, the people the master and the state the manager.

  33. Yemen - Constitutional law - Constitution

    The Constitution of the Republic of Yemen [consolidated version]. - Constitution (in English) Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1991-05-16 | YEM-1992-C-29413

    Consists of 5 Parts and 159 Articles. Article 1 defines the Republic of Yemen as an "Arab Islamic State" in which, according to Article 2 "Islam is the religion of the State" and the Shari'a is to be the foundation of the legal system and the legislation. Article 5 states that the political system shall be established on a political pluralism and multi-party basis. Part Two concerns the basic rights and obligations of citizens. Article 40 provides that all citizens are to be equal in rights and duties. In Article 57, the right to form associations and to be a member of political, professional, scientific, social and cultural associations and unions is acknowledged but this is done "to serve the objectives of the Constitution". Part Three regulates the distribution of State powers. Part Four governs the emblem, flag and national anthem of the Republic and Part Five concerns amendment to the Constitution and general provisions.

  34. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Electoral Commission of Zambia Act [No. 25 of 2016]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-06-07 | ZMB-2016-L-104403

    An Act to provide for the membership, functions, operations and financial management of the Electoral Commission of Zambia; repeal and replace the Electoral Commission Act, 1996; and provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

  35. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Electoral Process Act, 2016 [No. 35 of 2016]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-06-07 | ZMB-2016-L-104404

    An Act to provide for a comprehensive process for a general election; provide for the conduct of elections by the Electoral Commission of Zambia and empower the Commission to make regulations in matters relating to elections; provide for the registration of voters and the keeping of voters registers; prescribe the procedures for nominations for elections; provide for the role of presiding officers, election officers and conflict management officers; prescribe the procedure for voting during an election; provide for the accreditation and roles of observers and monitors; criminalise corrupt practices and other illegal practices related to elections and provide for penalties in connection with an election; provide for election petitions and the hearing and determination of applications relating to a general election; provide for voter education; prescribe the electoral code of conduct; repeal and replace the Electoral Act, 2006; and provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

  36. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitutional Court Act, 2016 [No. 8 of 2016]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-05-03 | ZMB-2016-L-104398

    An Act to provide for the procedure of the Constitutional Court; prescribe the powers of the Court; and provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

  37. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution of Zambia Act [No. 1 of 2016]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-01-05 | ZMB-2016-L-101348

    An Act to provide for the printing and publication of the Constitution; to provide for the savings and transitional provisions of existing State organs, State institutions, administrations, offices, institutions and laws; to provide for the savings of succession to assets, rights, liabilities, obligations and legal proceedings; and to provide for matters connected with, or incidental to, the foregoing.

  38. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Act, 2015 [No. 2 of 2016]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-01-05 | ZMB-2016-L-101349

  39. Zambia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Draft Constitution of the Republic of Zambia. - Draft Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 2012-03-30 | ZMB-2012-C-90112

    The first draft of the Constitution was made public on the 30th of April 2012 for the purposes of allowing 40 days for public consultations. The draft Constitution incorporates social, economic, cultural, religious and environmental rights in Part V entitle Bill of Rights. These rights include, inter alia, the right to be free from forced labour, freedom of association and the right to assemble, demonstrate, picket, lock out and petition, gender equality, rights and protection for young persons and disabled person, as well as a specific provision on labour relations.

  40. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    National Constitutional Conference Act, 2010 [No. 5 of 2010]. - Acts of Parliament on-line

    Adoption: 2010-04-16 | Date of end of application: 2010-08-31 | ZMB-2010-L-86260

    Makes amendments to the National Constitutional Conference Act, 2007, articles 22-25, 32 and inserts a new article 34 concerning the running of the Conference and its dissolution.

  41. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Act, 2009 (No. 20 of 2009). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2009-08-31 | ZMB-2009-L-82359

    Amends section 117 of the Constitution concerning duties of the Minister of Finance and adds a new section 118A concerning planning and budgeting legislation.

  42. Zambia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Zambia (Amendment) Act, 1996 (No. 18 of 1996).

    Adoption: 1996-05-28 | ZMB-1996-C-50029

    Provides significant amendments to the Zambian Constitution. A new Preamble recognizes the equal worth of men and women and defines Zambia as a "Christian nation" with freedom of religion. Removes the entitlement from Art. 6 which allows a person married to a Zambian to apply to be registered as a citizen. Amendments to Part IV (The Executive) stricten the requirements to be President and broaden the powers of the National Assembly with regard to removing the President on grounds of incapacity. Also makes amendments to Parts V and VI, which regard the Legislature and the Judiciary respectively. The Act also inserts a number of new Parts into the Constitution. Inter alia, a new Part VII provides for the Defence Force, Police Force, Prison Service, and the Security Intelligence Service. Part VIII provides for local government. Part IX set forth principles of state policy and duties of citizens. The State shall endeavour to provide employment for the population and social benefits for the aged, the disabled, and other disadvantaged persons. The State shall also recognise the right to fair labour practices and safe and healthy working conditions. Part XII provides for an autonomous Human Rights Commission.

  43. Zambia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitutional Offices (Emoluments) Act, Cap. 263 (No. 41 of 1993). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1993-12-24 | ZMB-1993-L-107966

    An Act to provide for revised salaries for holders of offices to which Article 105 of the Constitution applies; to repeal the Constitutional Offices (Emoluments) Act, 1992; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

  44. Zambia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    The Constitution of Zambia Act, 1991 (No.1 of 1991) - Constitution on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1991-08-30 | Date of entry into force: 1991-08-24 | ZMB-1991-C-26620

    This Constitution is divided into 9 Parts. Part III provides for protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual. Part VI concerns the Judicature. Other Parts are entitled National Sovereignty and the State, Citizenship, the Executive, the Legislature, Finance, and Service Commissions. Consolidated version available.

  45. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Maintenance of Peace and Order Act [Chapter 11:23]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-11-15 | ZWE-2019-L-109609

    AN ACT to make provision for the maintenance of peace, order and security in Zimbabwe; to repeal the Public Order and Security Act [Chapter 11:17]; and to provide for matters connected with or incidental to the foregoing.

  46. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 20) Act, 2013. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-05-22 | ZWE-2013-C-93498

    This Act repeals and replaces the existing Constitution of 1979. Its sets out the new Constitution in the Schedule to the Act.

    Chapter 1 - Founding Provisions
    Chapter 2 - National Objectives
    Chapter 3 - Citizenship
    Chapter 4 - Declaration of Rights
    Part 1: Application and Interpretation of Chapter 4
    Part 2: Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms
    Part 3: Elaboration of Certain Rights
    Part 4: Enforcement of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms
    Part 5: Limitation of Fundamental Human Rights and Freedoms
    Chapter 5 - The Executive
    Chapter 6 - The Legislature
    Chapter 7 - Elections
    Chapter 8 - The Judiciary and Courts
    Chapter 9 - Principles of Public Administration and Leadership
    Chapter 10 - Civil Service
    Chapter 11 - Security Services
    Chapter 12 - Independent Commissions Supporting Democracy
    Chapter 13 - Institutions to Combat Corruption and Crime
    Chapter 14 - Provincial and Local Government
    Chapter 15 - Traditional Leaders
    Chapter 16 - Agricultural Land
    Chapter 17 - Finance
    Chapter 18 - General and Supplementary Provisions

  47. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 19) Act, 2008. - Bill on-line

    Adoption: 2008 | Date of entry into force: 2009-02-13 | ZWE-2008-C-84787

    Makes a large number of amendments to the Constitution. In particular replaces Chapter II concerning citizenship; section 18 concerning public offer's functions to observe and uphold the law; section 23 concerning political rights; section 31G concerning the oath for members of Cabinet; section 41 concerning tenure of seats of members;
    section 57 concerning standing orders; sections 61 and 61A are repealed; section 109 concerning general provisions as to commissions; New Chapter XB is inserted concerning Other Independent Commissions; sections 108A and 108B are repealed; section 113 concerning interpretation; section 114 concerning transitional provisions.

  48. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (No. 17) Act, 2005. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2005-09-16 | ZWE-2005-C-72087

    Inserts new section 16A "Agricultural land acquired for resettlement and other purposes", a new section 33 on the Parliament and adds a new Part 2 in Chapter V entitled "The Senate".

    Amends sections 22 on "protection of freedom of movement", 23 on "protection from discrimination on the grounds of race, etc.", 31F on "vote of no confidence in Government", 38, 40, 40B, 41, 45 to 47, 52, 54, 61, 91, 113 and Schedules 3, 4 and 7.

  49. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Electoral Act [Chapter 2:13]. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-01-21 | ZWE-2004-L-85404

    Provides for the Registrar General of Voters and constituency registrars. Makes provision for the registration of voters and for the lodging of objections thereto. Provides for the preparation, compilation and maintenance of voters rolls as well as the functions of the
    Zimbabwe Electoral Commission with respect to observers. Prescribes the residence qualifications of voters and the procedure for the nomination and election of candidates to and the filling in of vacancies in Parliament as well as the elections to the office of the President and local authority elections. Contain offences and penalties, and provides for the prevention of electoral malpractices in connection with elections. Establishes the Electoral Court and provide for its functions and make provision for the hearing and determination of election petitions.

    Repeals the Electoral Act [Chapter 2:01].

  50. Zimbabwe - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution Amendment Act (No. 16 of 2000).

    Adoption: 2000-04-06 | ZWE-2000-L-57551

    Amends the Constitution, providing for the compulsory acquisition of land and the creation of an Anti-Corruption Commission.

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