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  1. Austria - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Amendment of the Federal Constitution (Text No. 437).

    Adoption: 1996-08-20 | Date of entry into force: 1996-09-15 | AUT-1996-C-45343

    Provides two amendments. The first allows certain measures which relate to the European Union to be handled by a special committee in place of the National Council. The second amendment requires the President to convene a meeting of the National Council if the necessary number of members request him or her to do so.

  2. Austria - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Federal Constitutional Law on the Protection of Personal Liberty, 1988. (Bundesverfassungsgesetz vom 29. November 1988 über den Schutz der persönlichen Freiheit) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1988-11-29 | Date of entry into force: 1991-01-01 | AUT-1988-L-94128

    Contains 8 articles. Provides that everyone has the right to liberty and security. Regulates the circumstances under which a person may be deprived of their liberty or detained.

  3. Austria - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Federal Election Law (BGBl. Nr. 57). (Bundespräsidentenwahlgesetzes 1971) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1971 | AUT-1971-L-93675

  4. Austria - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Federal Constitutional Law of 1920. (Bundes-Verfassungsgesetz (B-VG)) - Constitution in English and German Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1930-10-01 | AUT-1930-C-49400

    Establishes the Constitution of Austria and as amended, provides for Austria's entry into the European Union.

  5. Austria - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Basic Law on the General Rights of Nationals - StGG. (Staatsgrundgesetz vom 21. December 1867, über die allgemeinen Rechte der Staatsbürger für die im Reichsrathe vertretenen Königreiche und Länder - StGG) - Law on-line in German

    Adoption: 1867-12-21 | AUT-1867-L-84888

    Provides for the rights of Austrian nationals including the right of assembly and to constitute associations.
    Article 12 provides: "Austrian nationals have the right of assembly and to constitute associations. The exercise of these rights will be regulated in special statutes."

  6. Austria - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law on the Protection of the Rights of the Home, 1862.

    Adoption: 1862-10-27 | AUT-1862-L-94127

    Protects the rights of citizens' homes with respect to infringements by government officials.

  7. Azerbaijan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law No.1308-IVQ of 30 September 2015 "On Application of Citizens". - Legislation from CIS Countries

    Adoption: 2015-09-30 | Date of entry into force: 2015-11-15 | AZE-2015-L-101989

    Regulates the relationships concerning the realisation of the right of citizens to apply for state bodies, local municipal bodies, setting the general concepts of the law, general principles of consideration of applications of citizens. Defines the sphere of implementation of this law; specifies the requirements to applying citizens; sets the procedure of admission, registration and consideration of applications; deals with the peculiarities of considering application concerning violations of law, corruption. Establishes the obligations of officials dealing with applications; rights of applying citizens; introduces peculiarities of oral (not written) application via media or phone.
    Repeals the Law "On Procedure of Consideration of Applications of Citizens" (Sobranie zakonadatelstva Azerbaijanskoj Respubliki, 1997, No.5, article 417).

  8. Azerbaijan - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law of 23 December 2003 on the Constitutional Court. - English Translation

    Adoption: 2003-12-23 | AZE-2003-L-71141

    Establishes the Constitutional Court, regulates its membership, powers and responsibilities. Repeals the Law of Azerbaijan Republic "On Constitutional Court" of 21 October 1997 (Collection of Legislation of Azerbaijan Republic, 1998, N1, Article 19; 2001, N5, Article 292; 2002, N1 Article 4; N8, Article 463; N12, Article 701)

  9. Azerbaijan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Nakhichevan Autonomous Region of 29 December 1998 (consolidation, 15 November 2011) - Legislation from CIS Countries (in Russian) The Constitution of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic in English

    Adoption: 1998-12-29 | AZE-1998-C-89957

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Legislative power
    Chapter III: Executive Power
    Chapter IV: Judicial Power
    Chapter V: Legislative System
    Chapter VI: The amendments and additions to the Constitution of Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic

  10. Azerbaijan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Azerbaijan Republic of 12 November 1995. - English Translation

    Adoption: 1995-11-12 | Date of entry into force: 1995-11-27 | AZE-1995-C-46125

    Part II deals with rights, freedoms and responsibilities. It provides for equality between men and women (section 25) and equality of persons irrespective of their race, nationality, religion, sex, origin, property status, social position, convictions, political party, trade union and social unity affiliation. Section 35 provides for free choice of employment, the right to unemployment benefits, the right to work under safe and healthy conditions and to receive no less than the minimum wage. It also bans forced labour (except during a state of emergency or martial law, on the basis of a court decision). Section 36 provides for the right to strike that can only be limited in cases specified by law. Section 37 guarantees at least 21 days of annual paid leave to employees working 8 hours a day. Section 38 deals with the right to social security (old age, sickness, disability, unemployment benefits).

  11. Azerbaijan - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitutional Law on State Independence of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

    Adoption: 1991-10-18 | AZE-1991-C-46126

  12. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitutional Referendum (Amendment) Act, 2012 (No. 26 of 2012).

    Adoption: 2012-12-12 | BHS-2012-L-94035

    Makes numerous amendments to the principal Act. Amends both the short title and the long title of the Act. The long title now reads "An Act to provide for a framework for the conduct of a constitutional referendum or any other referendum. Inserts a new section 1A into the principal Act concerning interpretation of the word "Minister". Also amends sections 2, 3, 4 and 5 of the Act and inserts new sections 3A (Holding of any other referendum) and 3B (conduct of referendum).

  13. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Bahamas Constitution (Amendment) (No. 3) Act, 2002. - Constitution (Amendment) (No. 3) Act

    Adoption: 2002-03-08 | BHS-2002-L-62120

    Replaces Article 78 of the Constitution. Regulates functions of the Attorney-General.

  14. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Bahamas Constitution (Amendment) (No. 4) Act, 2002. - Constitution (Amendment) (No. 4) Act

    Adoption: 2002-03-08 | BHS-2002-L-62121

    Inserts a Chapter VIa into the Constitution on the Director of Public Prosecutions which provides for establishment of his office. Also regulates remuneration and tenure of office.

  15. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Bahamas Constitution (Amendment) (No. 2) Act, 2002. - Constitution (Amendment) (No. 2) Act

    Adoption: 2002-02-01 | BHS-2002-L-62122

    Inserts Article 70(a) into the Constitution. Provides for establishment of office and functions of Parliamentary Commissioner. Parliamentary Commissioner shall have general responsibility for, and shall supervise, the registration of electors for the election of members of the House of Assembly and the conduct of elections of such members. Also regulates remuneration, and tenure of office of Parliamentary Commissioner.

  16. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Bahamas Constitution (Amendment) (No. 5) Act, 2002. - Constitution (Amendment) (No. 5)

    Adoption: 2002-02-01 | BHS-2002-L-62123

    Amends Chapter VIII of the Constitution by inserting a Part Va which provides for establishment, composition and functions of the Teaching Service Commission.

  17. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Referendum Act (Ch. 1) (No. 16 of 1977). (Constitutional Referendum Act (Ch. 1) (No. 16 of 1977).) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1977-12-29 | BHS-1977-L-94034

    An Act to provide for the manner in which a vote shall be taken for the purpose of obtaining the approval of the electors with respect to a Bill which seeks to alter certain Articles of the Constitution of The Bahamas.

  18. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. - Constitution (in English) Constitution

    Adoption: 1973-06-20 | Date of entry into force: 1973-07-10 | BHS-1973-C-16270

    Independence attained 10 July. Schedule contains the Constitution of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas (Ch. III: Protection of the fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual).

  19. Bahamas - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Habeas Corpus Act (Ch. 63). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1679 | BHS-1679-L-94042

    An Act for the better securing the Liberty of the Subject and for Prevention of Imprisonments beyond the Seas.

  20. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 13 of 2017 amending Order No. 22 of 2016 on the Promulgation of the Constitutional Court Human Resources Regulation. (قرار رقم 13 لسنة 2017 بتعديل بعض احكام لائحة الموارد البشرية للمحكمة الدستورية الصادرة بالقرار رقم 22 لسنة 2016) - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-11-30 | Date of entry into force: 2017-12-01 | BHR-2017-R-106229

    This Order amends and replaces Articles 4, 81 and 144 of Order No. 22 of 2016 on the Promulgation of the Constitutional Court Human Resources Regulation.

  21. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 4 of 2017 amending Order No. 22 of 2016 on the Promulgation of the Constitutional Court Human Resources Regulation. (قرار رقم 4 لسنة 2017 بتعديل بعض احكام لائحة الموارد البشرية للمحكمة الدستورية الصادرة بالقرار رقم 22 لسنة 2016) - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2017-09-14 | Date of entry into force: 2017-09-15 | BHR-2017-R-106228

    This Order amends Article 79 and Repeals Article 29 of Order No. 22 of 2016 on the Promulgation of the Constitutional Court Human Resources Regulation.

  22. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 22 of 2016 on the Promulgation of the Constitutional Court Human Resources Regulation. (قرار رقم 22 لسنة 2016 بشان اصدار لائحة الموارد البشرية للمحكمة الدستورية) - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2016-11-24 | Date of entry into force: 2016-11-25 | BHR-2016-R-106227

    Part I: General Provisions.
    Part II: Organizational Structure and Arranging the Functions.
    Part III: Jobs Appointments.
    Part IV: Salaries, Allowances and Bonuses.
    Part V: Performance Evaluations.
    Part VI: Promotion, Assignments, Transportation and Loans.
    Part VII: Delegation on Official Mission and Training Mission.
    Part VIII: Training's.
    Part IX: Working Hours and Official Vacations.
    Part X: Duties and Prohibited Acts.
    Part XI: Investigation and Disciplinary.
    Part XII: Grievances.
    Part XIII:Termination of Service.
    Attachments.

  23. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Order No. 20 of 2013 amending Order No. 4 of 2005 concerning the regulation of communications between local political societies, and foreign parties or political organizations. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-05-30 | Date of entry into force: 2013-05-27 | BHR-2013-R-95438

    Additional paragraph added to Section No. 2 of Order No. 4 of 2005 concerning the regulation of communications between local political societies, and foreign parties or political organizations, which provides as follows:
    "The Minister of Justice may specify the party or the foreign political organization, that prohibits the political societies to communicate with".

  24. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Decree-Law No. 38 of 2012 amending some provisions of Decree-Law No. 27 of 2002 concerning establishing the Constitutional Court. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-08-14 | Date of entry into force: 2012-08-17 | BHR-2012-C-92413

    Article 1: The text of articles 2, 3 and 7 paragraph 2 of the Decree-by-Law No. 27 for the year 2002 regarding establishing the Constitutional Court shall be replaced with the following provisions:-

    "Article 1: In applying the provisions of this Law, the word "court" denotes the "Constitutional Court"; in other words "court member", "court chairman", deputy chairman and members of the court".

    "Article 3: The court shall comprise a chairman, deputy chairman and five members appointed under a Royal Ordinance to succeed him for a term of five years renewable once. In the event of the absence of the chairman or his having an obstruction, he would be replaced by the deputy chairman who will have the same jurisdiction and powers assigned to the chairman. If the position of the court chairman or deputy chairman or one of the court members becomes vacant as a result of his resignation, demise, health inability or for any other reason, a replacement for him shall be appointed under Royal Ordinance to succeed him for a term of five years renewable once".

    "Article 7: The General Assembly shall be presided over by the court chairman and in the event of his absence or his having any obstruction, the chairmanship shall be assigned to the deputy chairman then to next court member according to their serial order in the Royal Ordinance which appointed them".


    Article 2: A new article shall be added to the Decree-by-Law NO. 27 for the year 2002 regarding the establishing of the Constitutional Court under number 8 ditto according to the following text:

    "Article 8 ditto: The court shall have its own independent annual budget which commences with the beginning of the official financial year and ends by the end thereof.

    The court chairman shall prepare in agreement with the Minister of Finance the bill of the budget before the beginning of the financial year by sufficient time and in preparing the bill of the budget should observe the listing of revenues and expenditures in one figure and submit the proposed budget to the Finance Minister.

    After endorsement of the public budget, the court chairman, in coordination with the Finance Minister, shall distribute the total allocations to the court budget on the basis of the classification stated in the state's public budget.

    The court chairman shall assume the powers assigned to the Finance Minister in laws and regulations pertaining to implementation of the court budget within the confines of the allocations listed therein.

    Also, the court chairman shall assume the powers assigned to the Civil Service Bureau.

    The court shall deposit the excess financial allocations which have not been expended or which have not been complied with during the ending financial year into the state's public budget.

    The court chairman shall prepare the final account for the court's budget on prescribed timing and refers it the Finance Minister who would list it into the final account of the state's public budget.".

  25. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Legislative Decree with respect to establishment of Constitutional Court (No. 27 of 2002).

    Adoption: 2002-09-14 | BHR-2002-L-65395

    Provides for establishment of Constitutional Court. Divided into 3 parts. Part 1 regulates establishment of Constitutional Court, its formation, and guarantees for its members and their duties. Court is independent and separate judicial authority. Court comprises President and six members who are appointed by Royal Order. Part 2 provides for powers of Court and procedures. Part 3 governs judgments and verdicts. Court's verdicts are final and shall not be challenged.

  26. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Kingdom of Bahrain, 2002. - Constitution (in English) Official English Translation

    Adoption: 2002-02-14 | BHR-2002-C-68652

    Replaces constitution of 1973. Comprises 6 chapters. Chapter 1 (s. 1-3) contains provisions regarding the State. Section 1 defines Kingdom of Bahrain as hereditary constitutional monarchy, but also states that sovereignty is "in the hands of the people, the source of all powers". Section 2 declares Islam the religion of the State and Islamic Shari'a "the principal source for legislation". Chapter 2 (s. 4-16) provides for basic constituents of society. Section 11 states that "all natural wealth and resources are State property". Chapter 3 (s. 17-31) regulates public rights and duties. Section 18 affirms that "people are equal in human dignity, and citizens are equal before the law in public rights and duties". Chapter 4 (s. 32-107) provides for public authorities. Chapter 5 (s. 108-119) deals with financial matters. Chapters 6 and 8 (s. 120-125) contain general and final provisions.

  27. Bahrain - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Decree Law No. 17 of 2002 with respect to the Organization of Governorates. - English Translation

    Adoption: 2002 | BHR-2002-L-83307

    Divides the Country up into five Governorates. Sets out their jurisdiction and functioning. Repeals Decree No. 16 of 1996.

  28. Bangladesh - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Presidential Election Act (Act No.27 of 1991). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1991-08-18 | BGD-1991-L-92054

    1. Short title and commencement
    2. Definitions
    3. Management and conduct of election
    4. Place of election
    5. Inviting nominations etc.
    6. Delivery of nomination papers
    7. Scrutiny of the nomination papers
    8. Withdrawal of candidature
    9. Proclamation of the names of candidates, proposers and seconders
    10. Taking of the poll
    11. Count of votes and declaration of result
    12. Power to make rules
    13. Repeals.

    The Presidential Election Ordinance, 1978 (Ord.No. XIV of 1978) is herewith repealed.

  29. Bangladesh - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Referendum Act 1991 (Act No.25 of 1991). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1991-08-10 | BGD-1991-L-92055

    An Act made to provide for the conduct of a referendum for the decision of the question whether or not a Bill providing for the amendment of the Preamble or any provision of article 8, 48, 56, 58, 80, 92 or 142 of the Constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh should, after having been passed in Parliament in accordance with article 142 (1) of the said Constitution, be assented to by the President.

  30. Bangladesh - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. - Constitution (as amended) Constitution in English

    Adoption: 1972-11-04 | BGD-1972-C-33095

    Comprised of 11 Parts, concerning matters including fundamental principles of state policy, fundamental rights, and the Executive, judiciary, and Legislature. Prohibits racial, sexual and religious discrimination, and forced labour. Provides for equality of rights for men and women, freedom of assembly and association, and freedom of profession or occupation.

  31. Bangladesh - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Bangladesh (Adaptation of Existing Laws) Order, 1972. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1971-03-26 | BGD-1971-L-87976

    Following the establishment of the People's Republic of Bangladesh in 1971 and the dissolution of East Pakistan, the Order was adopted to provide that all laws in force before the 26 March 1971 are to remain in force in Bangladesh until amended or repealed by the competent legislative body.

  32. Barbados - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2019 (2019-15). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-05-20 | BRB-2019-L-108867

    Repeal and replacement of section 15 of the Constitution
    Repeal and replacement of section 26 of the Constitution
    Repeal and replacement of section 78 of the Constitution

  33. Barbados - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution (Amendment) (No. 2) Act, 2019 (2019-16). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2019-04-04 | BRB-2019-L-108868

  34. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2003 (2003-10). - Amendments on-line

    Adoption: 2003-04-24 | BRB-2003-C-64438

    Amends Constitution of Barbados. Inter alia provides for establishment, composition and jurisdiction of Caribbean Court of Justice.

  35. Barbados - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Constitution (Amendment) Act, 2002 (No. 14).

    Adoption: 2002-09-05 | BRB-2002-L-62428

    Amends Sections 15, 23 and 78 of Constitution. Establishes that imposition of mandatory sentence of death or execution thereof shall not be inconsistent with Section 15 of Constitution. Also provides for transfer between Barbados and other countries of persons detained in prisons, hospitals or other institutions by virtue of orders made in the course of the exercise by courts or tribunals of their jurisdiction.

  36. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution (Amendment) Act, 1995 (No. 2 of 1995)

    Adoption: 1995-02-26 | BRB-1995-C-40110

    Inserts a new section 112A on remuneration of public officers and soldiers which provides that the salaries and allowances payable to the holders of offices established under the Civil Establishment Act and the Defence Act shall not be altered to their disadvantage.

  37. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Barbados Constitution (Amendment) Act, 1992.

    Adoption: 1992-07-02 | Date of entry into force: 1992-07-09 | BRB-1992-C-31822

  38. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Barbados (Amendment) Act, 1990.

    Adoption: 1990-06-28 | BRB-1990-C-20836

    Amendments relating primarily to the office of Judges.

  39. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Barbados Constitution (Amendment)Act (L.R.O. 1978). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1975-02-01 | BRB-1975-C-73318

    Amends a large number of sections in the Constitution including: sections 3, 6, 7, 13, 22, 27, 37, 38, 39, 43, 44, 45, 79, 81, 82, 84, 89, 94, 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 104, 105, 106, 112, 113, 117. In addition, the following new sections are inserted into the Constitution: 79A, 89A, 93A and 93B and 1OOA.

  40. Barbados - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Barbados. Statutory Instrument 1966 (No. 1455) - Constitution on-line Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 1966-11-22 | BRB-1966-C-72559

    Includes the Barbados Independence Order, 1966 which establishes the judiciary, judicial procedures and parliament. The Constitution is included in the Schedule to the Order.
    Chapter 1 stipulates that the Constitution is the supreme law
    Chapter 2 Citizenship
    Chapter 3 Protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual
    Chapter 4 The Governer General
    Chapter 5 Parliament
    Chapter 6 Executive powers
    Chapter 7 The judicature
    Chapter 8 The public service
    Chapter 9 Finance
    Chapter 10 Miscellaneous and interpretation

  41. Barbados - Constitutional law - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    Barbados Independence Order 1966 (No. 1455). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1966-11-22 | Date of entry into force: 1966-11-30 | BRB-1966-R-73323

  42. Barbados - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Barbados Independence Act 1966 (Cap. 37). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1966-11-17 | BRB-1966-L-73322

    Makes Barbados a fully independent State within the British Commonwealth.

  43. Belarus - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law No. 108-3 of 4 January 2010 on Local Government in the Republic of Belarus. (Закон от 4 января 2010 года №108-З o местном управлении и самоуправлении в Республике Беларусь) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2010-01-04 | Date of entry into force: 2010-06-04 | BLR-2010-L-86988

    Chapter I: General Provisions
    Chapter II: Councils
    Chapter III: Public Territorial Self-Governance
    Chapter IV: Local Assemble, Local Referendum and Other Forms of Local Governance
    Chapter V: Executive and Administrative Bodies
    Chapter VI: Economic Basis of Local Governance and Self-Governance
    Chapter VII: Guarantees, Monitoring and Responsibilities in the Sphere of Local Governance and Self-Governance
    Chapter VIII: Final Provisions
    Cancels the previous Law on Local Government and Self-Government of 1991

  44. Belarus - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic of Belarus of 1994 [consolidated version]. - Constitution (in Russian) Unofficial English translation Unofficial English translation Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1994-03-15 | Date of entry into force: 1996-11-27 | BLR-1996-C-47034

    The amended text replaces the Supreme Soviet with a bicameral National Assembly composed of the Council of the Republic and the Chamber of Representatives. The President is provided the power to legislate by decree (s. 101). The President is also conferred the authority to call national referenda, dissolve chambers of the National Assembly, and to appoint the Procurator General. The President shall enjoy immunity. As in the previous version of the Constitution, basic rights and freedoms, including freedom of association, religion, and expression, are guaranteed in Parts I and II. All citizens shall have the right to vote, except those in detention in accordance with a court decision. Elections shall not be held during a State of emergency.

  45. Belgium - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution coordonnée. - Service public fédéral justice Cours Constitutionnelle

    Adoption: 1994-02-17 | Date of entry into force: 1994-02-27 | BEL-1994-C-50924

  46. Belgium - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Déclaration de révision de la Constitution.

    Adoption: 1987-11 | BEL-1987-C-4331

    Projet de révision de plusieurs articles de la Constitution, parmi lesquels notamment le titre II dans le but d'insérer de nouvelles dispositions pour assurer la protection des droits de l'homme et des libertés fondamentales, ainsi qu'un nouvel art. 24bis relatif aux droits économiques et sociaux.

  47. Belize - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Belize Constitution (Third Amendment) Act, 2001 (No. 2 of 2001).

    Adoption: 2001-02-23 | BLZ-2001-C-59514

    Amends Chapter 4 of the Belize Constitution. Specifies circumstances under which members of the House belonging to a political party may be disqualified from membership; regulates composition of the Cabinet; increases penalty for persons who sit or vote as members of the National Assembly when they are unqualified to sit or vote; establishes a separate Judicial and Legal Services Commission for Magistrates and other Judicial and Legal Officers; establishes a separate Security Services Commission for the Police Department and the Belize Defence Force; modifies composition of the Public Services Commission; transfers jurisdiction over Heads of Departments of Government to the Public Services Commission, and provides for serveral related matters.

  48. Belize - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Belize Constitution (Second Amendment) Act, 1988 (No. 26 of 1988).

    Adoption: 1988-12-21 | Date of entry into force: 1988-12-31 | BLZ-1988-C-44025

    Various amendments to provisions concerning elections and appointment of junior officers. Also creates an Elections and Boundaries Commission.

  49. Belize - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Belize Constitution (First Amendment) Act 1985 (No. 14 of 1985).

    Adoption: 1985-11-01 | Date of entry into force: 1985-11-02 | BLZ-1985-C-44024

    Amends the Constitution of 1981 to remove restrictions on dual nationality, to enlarge powers of the National Assembly, and to make laws in respect of citizenship.

  50. Belize - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Belize (Cap. 4). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1981-09-21 | Date of entry into force: 1981-09-21 | BLZ-1981-C-47036

    The Constitution (Act No. 14 of 1981) as amended by Act No. 26 of 1988.

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