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  1. Czechia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitutional Law No. 110/1998 concerning the Security of the Czech Republic, as amended by Constitutional Law No. 300/2000.

    Adoption: 1998-04-22 | CZE-1998-C-59276

    Consists of Fundamental Provisions followed by specific provisions concerning the "State of Emergency" and the "State of Danger". It also provides rules for shortened or expedited legislative procedures during proclaimed period of state of danger.

  2. Czechia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Law of 16 June 1993 on the Constitutional Court. - English translation

    Adoption: 1993-06-16 | Date of entry into force: 1993-07-01 | CZE-1993-C-46868

  3. Czechia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitutional law of the Czech National Council of 16 December 1992 on the Constitution of the Czech Republic [consolidated version]. - Legislationline

    Adoption: 1992-12-16 | Date of entry into force: 1993-01-01 | CZE-1992-C-32275

    Chapter I sets forth basic provisions (respect of human and citizen rights, free and voluntary establishment of political parties, precedence of ratified and promulgated treaties on human rights and fundamental freedoms over the law). Chapter II deals with the legislative power. Chapter III relates to the executive power. Chapter IV concerns the judicial power (Constitutional Court). Chapter V concerns the Supreme Control Office. Chapter VI establishes the Czech National Bank. Chapter VII provides for territorial self-administration. Chapter VIII sets forth transitional and final provisions.

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