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  1. Mongolia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Amendments and Modifications of the Constitution. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1999-12-24 | Date of entry into force: 2000-07-15 | MNG-1999-C-57591

    Inserts into Article 22 a paragraph on the dissolution of Parliament, amends Article 39 by adding a paragraph on the formation of Government, and modifies Article 24 (election of Parliament Speaker and Deputy Speaker), Article 27 (Parliament Sessions), Article 29 (office of Members of Parliament), and Article 33 (nomination of Prime Minister).

  2. Mongolia - Constitutional law - Law, Act

    Law on the Constitutional Tsets [Courts]. (МОНГОЛ УЛСЫН ХУУЛ. МОНГОЛ УЛСЫН ҮНДСЭН ХУУЛИЙН ЦЭЦИЙН ТУХАЙ) - Unofficial English translation Legislation on-line in Mongolian

    Adoption: 1994-09-19 | MNG-1994-L-49339

  3. Mongolia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Act Appended to the Constitution of Mongolia (1992)

    Adoption: 1992-02-12 | Date of entry into force: 1992-02-12 | MNG-1992-C-35059

    Provisions concerning the transition of the Constitution of the People's Republic of Mongolia to the Constitution of Mongolia. Extends the mandates of the legislatures (Great and Small State Hural), and sets out their powers during the transitional period. The powers of the President and the judiciary are likewise extended. International treaties signed by the People's Republic of Mongolia shall continue to apply, unless expressly stated otherwise.

  4. Mongolia - Constitutional law - Constitution

    Constitution of Mongolia of 13 January 1992 - Constitution on-line in English Constitution on-line in English

    Adoption: 1992-01-19 | Date of entry into force: 1992-02-12 | MNG-1992-C-41546

    Consists of six Chapters. Chapter Two contains provisions relating to human rights and freedoms. These include: the right to employment (Art. 4); the right to old age, disability, childbirth and childcare assistance (Art. 5); and freedom of press, opinion and assembly (Art. 16). Chapter Three outlines the structure of the State: Part I regulates the legislative body, the State Great Hural; Part II the President; Part III the Government; and Part IV the Judiciary, including the Supreme Court and the General Council of Courts.

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