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  1. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Act to amend the Basic Law (Article 19).

    Adoption: 1998-03-26 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1998-04-01 | DEU-1998-C-49560

    Permits the use of listening devices in cases where there is reason to believe that a serious criminal offense is being committed. Use of listening devices shall require an order from a body of three judges.

  2. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Act to amend the Basic Law.

    Adoption: 1995-11-03 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1995-11-11 | DEU-1995-C-42166

    Makes two small amendments to Article 106, paras. 3 and 4, relating to minimum tax revenue.

  3. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    41st and 42nd Amendments to the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Adoption: 1994-10-27 | DEU-1994-C-44018

    The 41st Amendment was passed on 30 August 1994 and amends provisions relating to the administration of the postal service (Articles 73, 80, 87, inserts new 87f and 143b). The 42nd amendment was passed 27 October 1994 and makes numerous insertions and amendments. Inter alia, amends Article 3 (equality before the law), stating that the state shall foster the implementation of equal entitlement between men and women, and that no person shall be disadvantaged because of a disability. Also amends provisions relating to the powers and boundaries of the Bundeslaender, as well as their competence in concurrent legislation.

  4. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    39th Amendment of the Basic Law, 28 June 1993.

    Adoption: 1993-06-28 | DEU-1993-C-41549

    Amends Articles 16 and 18 relating to the right to asylum. Inserts a new Article 16a which provides that a person has no right to asylum if coming from a third country which is a party to the Convention concerning the Legal Status of Refugees and the Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms. Also provides for the creation of a list of states which are to be considered free from political persecution.

  5. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Thirty-eighth Amendment of the Basic Law, 21 December 1992 (BGBl I, S. 2086).

    Adoption: 1992-12-21 | DEU-1992-C-41548

    Amends Articles 45, 52, 88, 50, and 115, all relating to the European Union. A new Article 45 provides for the creation of a committee for affairs of the European Union.

  6. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    37th Amendment of the Basic Law, 21 July 1992 (BGBl, S. 1254).

    Adoption: 1992-07-21 | DEU-1992-C-41547

    Amends Article 87d, [Aviation administration] Section 1, by adding the following second sentence: "The organizational form of public or private law is decided by federal law."

  7. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Notification of 19 September 1990 of the Letter of the President of the Parliament to the German Democratic Republic of 25 August 1990 and of the Decision of the Parliament of 23 August 1990 on the accession of the German Democratic Republic to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Germany.

    Adoption: 1990-09-19 | DEU-1990-C-26943

  8. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    An Act (No. 17) to amend the Basic Law [of 23 May 1949/3].

    Adoption: 1968-06-24 | DEU-1968-L-18187

    Amends, inter alia, ss. 10 (privacy of correspondence), 11 (freedom of movement) and 12 (free choice of occupation), adds a new s. 12a (military service, conscientious objectors) and repeals ss. 142a and 143 (not published in the Legislative Series).

  9. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Federal Constitutional Court Act, 1951. (Bundesverfassungsgerichts-Gesetz (BVerfGG)) - Legislation on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1951-03-12 | DEU-1951-L-91700

    Made up of 107 articles, this Law regulates the establishment, composition and functional of the Constitutional Court.
    PART I - CONSTITUTION AND COMPETENCE OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONAL COURT

    PART II - CONSTITUTIONAL COURT PROCEDURE
    Section 1. General procedural regulations
    Section 2. Access to files outside the case

    PART III - INDIVIDUAL CASE TYPES
    Section 1. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(1) (Forfeiture of basic rights)
    Section 2. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(2) (Prohibition of parties)
    Section 3. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(3) (scrutiny of election)
    Section 4. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(4) (Impeachment of the Federal President)
    Section 5. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(9) (Impeachment of judges)
    Section 6. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(5) (Disputes between organs)
    Section 7. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(7) (Disputes between the Federation and the Länder)
    Section 8. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(8) (Public law disputes of a non-constitutional nature between the Federation and the Länder)
    Section 9. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(10) (Constitutional disputes within a Land)
    Section 10. Cases under Article 13(6) and 6(a) (Abstract review of laws)
    Section 11. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(11) (Concrete review of laws)
    Section 12. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(12) (Verification of public international law rules)
    Section 13. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(13) (Submission by the constitutional court of a Land)
    Section 14. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(14) (Continuation of law as federal law)
    Section 15. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(8a) (Constitutional Complaints)
    Section 16. Procedure in cases pursuant to Article 13(6b)

    PART IV - FINAL PROVISIONS

  10. Allemagne - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany (GG). (Grundgesetz für die Bundesrepublik Deutschland - GG) - Legislation on-line in German and English Legislation on-line in German Legislation online

    Adoption: 1949-05-23 | DEU-1949-C-39140

    Comprised of 11 Chapters and 146 articles, covering a broad range of matters including basic rights, the Federation and the Länder, the Bundestag, Bundesrat, Joint Committee and the Presidency and administration of justice. All people are equal under the law, men and women have equal rights, and no one shall be prejudiced or favoured because of their sex, birth, race, language, national or social origin, faith, religion or political opinions. Grants freedom of religion, expression and assembly. All individuals and occupations or professions are guaranteed the right to form associations to safeguard and improve working and economic conditions. Restricts measures that may be directed against industrial disputes engaged in for this purpose. Gives all Germans the right to freely choose their occupation or profession, place of work study or training.

  11. Andorre - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution de la Principauté d'Andorre du 14 mars 1993. - La Constitution de la Principauté d'Andorre (en français) The Constitution of the Principality of Andorra (in English)

    Adoption: 1993-03-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1993-03-14 | AND-1993-C-41181

    Titre I: Souveraineté de la Principauté d'Andorre. Titre II: Droits et libertés. Titre III: Les Co-Princes. Titre IV: Le Conseil général. Titre V: Le Gouvernement. Titre VI: La structure territoriale. Titre VII: La justice. Titre VIII: La cour constitutionnelle. Titre IX: La révision de la Constitution.

  12. Angola - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitución de la República de Angola. - Angop (Agência Angola Press)

    Adoption: 2010-01-21 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2010-02-05 | AGO-2010-C-84536

    Declara que Angola es una república soberana e independiente basada en la dignidad de la persona humana y en la voluntad del pueblo de Angola, que tiene como objetivo fundamental la construcción de una sociedad libre, justa, democrática, solidaria, de paz, igualdad y progreso social.
    Posee 244 artículos organizados de la siguiente manera:
    Preámbulo
    Título I: Principios Fundamentales
    Título II: Derechos y Deberes Fundamentales
    Título III: Organización Económica, Financiera y Fiscal
    Título IV: Organización del Poder del Estado
    Título V: Administración Pública
    Título VI: Poder Local
    Título VII: Garantías de la Constitución y Control de la Constitucionalidad
    Título VIII: Disposiciones Finales y Transitorias
    Anexo I: Bandera Nacional
    Anexo II: Insignia Nacional
    Anexo III: Himno Nacional

    En particular, el artículo 51 reconoce el derecho a huelga y prohíbe el lock out, el Capítulo III "Derechos y deberes económicos, sociales y culturales" reconoce el derecho al trabajo (art. 76) y el artículo 80 inciso 1 prohíbe expresamente el trabajo de menores en edad escolar.

  13. Angola - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Ley núm. 1/98, de 20 de febrero de 1998, que crea la Comisión Constitucional. - Ley

    Adoption: 1998-02-20 | AGO-1998-L-70020

    Contempla, entre otras cuestiones, el ejercicio del poder constitucional por parte de la Asamblea Nacional, la organización y funcionamiento de la Comisión Constitucional, la asesoría técnica, la iniciativa y el plazo para la presentación de anteproyectos, el presupuesto y las dudas u omisiones.

  14. Angola - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Ley núm. 23/92, por la que se aprueba la ley de revisión constitucional.

    Adoption: 1992-09-16 | AGO-1992-C-33603

    Se cambian denominaciones de instituciones de la República. En el Título II nuevos artículos refuerzan las garantías de los derechos y libertades. En el Título III se introducen reformas de fondo en las instituciones (separación de funciones, interdependencia de los órganos del Estado y sistema político semipresidencialista), etc.

  15. Angola - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Ley núm. 17/91 sobre Estado de Sitio y Estado de Emergencia.

    Adoption: 1991-05-06 | AGO-1991-L-22556

    El Estado de Sitio y el Estado de Emergencia los declara el Presidente de la República con autorización de la Asamblea del Pueblo o de la Comisión Permanente. La declaración debe contener obligatoriamente la fundamentación, la duración y el ámbito territorial del estado de excepción, la especificación de los derechos, libertades y garantías cuyo ejercicio se suspende o limita, los delitos que quedan sujetos a la juridicción militar. En ningún caso la declaración del estado de excepción puede afectar los derechos a la vida, a la integridad e identidad personales, a la capacidad civil y ciudadana, a la irretroactividad de la ley penal, al derecho de defensa ni a la libertad de conciencia y de religión.

  16. Antigua-et-Barbuda - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    The Representation of the People (Amendment) Act, 2011 (No. 12 of 2011).

    Adoption: 2011-10-18 | ATG-2011-L-93557

    Makes a large number of amendments to the principal Act.
    1. Short title
    2. Interpretation
    3. Amendment of section 2 - Interpretation
    4. Repeal and substitution of section 3 - Electoral Commission
    5. Amendment of section 4 - Removal from office
    6. Amendment of section 5 - Quorum at meetings
    7. Amendment of section 6 - Functions and duties of the Commission
    8. Amendment of section 9 - Powers and duties of the Supervisor of Elections
    9. Insertion of Section 9A - Powers and duties of the Chief Registration Officer
    10. Insertion of Section 9B - Powers and duties of the Chief Administrative Officer
    11. Amendment of section 10 - Appointment and duties of returning officer
    12. Amendment of section 13 - Saving of rights of election officers
    13. Amendment of section 15 - Persons entitled to vote
    14. Amendment of section 16 - Qualification for registration and right to vote
    15. Amendment of section 17 - Disqualification for registration
    16. Amendment of section 21 - Registers of Electors
    17. Amendment of section 23 - Revised register
    18. Amendment of section 24 - Register for elections
    19. Amendment of the First Schedule - Election Rules - Rule 70 - Production of Documents
    20. Amendment of the First Schedule - Election Rules - Rule 71 - Retention of Documents
    21. Amendment of second schedule - Registration Regulations
    22. Commissioners to cease to hold office
    23. Repeal

  17. Antigua-et-Barbuda - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    The Attorney General's Reference (Constitutional Questions) Act, 2009 (No. 10 of 2009). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 2009-11-04 | ATG-2009-L-84862

    1. Short title
    2. Interpretation
    3. Referring questions for opinion
    4. Questions considered important
    5. Opinion of Court
    6. Notice to interested persons
    7. Appointment of Counsel by Court
    8. Costs and Expenses
    9. Savings

  18. Antigua-et-Barbuda - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Existing Laws Alterations Order, 1981 (No. 46).

    Adoption: 1981-11-01 | ATG-1981-L-59361

    Provides that, in all existing laws, references to the Governor are to be construed as references to the Governor-General. Also regulates power of Governor-General to make subsidiary legislation. Finally, makes miscellaneous amendments to a number of acts, including the Labour Code.

  19. Antigua-et-Barbuda - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    The Antigua and Barbuda Constitution Order 1981. - Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 1981-07-31 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1981-10-31 | ATG-1981-C-41556

    Provides a constitution for Antigua and Barbuda, consisting of 10 chapters. Chapter II provides for the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual, including protection from forced labour (Art. 6); protection from inhuman treatment (Art. 7); and freedom of speech (Art. 12). Articles 16 and 17 provide for the non-derogation from certain rights during a declared public emergency, which is subsequently defined in Article 20. Chapters III through VI relate to the structure of the Government. Chapter VII sets forth provisions relating to public service, including pension regulations (Art. 109, 110). The Judiciary is outlined in Chapter IX.

  20. Antigua-et-Barbuda - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    The Representation of the People Act (Cap. 379). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1975-10-31 | ATG-1975-L-93558

    Part I - The Franchise and its Exercise
    Part II - The Election Campaign
    Part III - Legal Proceedings

  21. Arabie saoudite - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Law on the Allegiance Council, 2006.

    Adoption: 2006-10-20 | SAU-2006-C-90066

    Establishes the Allegiance Council which comprises of:

    1) the sons of King Abdulaziz Al-Saud, the founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia;
    2) Grandsons of King Abdulaziz whose fathers are deceased, incapacitated (as determined by a medical report) or otherwise unwilling to assume the throne. Members appointed by the King must be capable and known for their integrity.
    3) a son of the King and a son of the Crown Prince, both to be appointed by the King. They should be capable and known for their integrity.

    Sets out the duties of the Council as well as its functions.

  22. Arabie saoudite - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Law on the Council of Ministers, 1993 (Royal Order No. A/13).

    Adoption: 1993-08-21 | SAU-1993-C-90065

    Sets out the regulations for the Council of Ministers, including possible members, their appointment, term and governing authority. Also sets out the formation of the Council, its functions, regulatory affairs, executive affairs, financial affairs, presidency and administrative structure.

  23. Arabie saoudite - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Royal Order No.A/90, of 1 March 1992, to promulgate the Constitution. - Constitution (in English) Constitution (in English)

    Adoption: 1992-03-01 | SAU-1992-C-29404

    This so-called "basic system of government" is in effect Saudi Arabia's first constitution. It codifies (Art. 56) the King's power: he acts as prime minister and appoints deputy prime ministers and cabinet ministers. The King may now choose his Crown Prince from among a broader pool of relatives than before. He may also remove the Crown Prince. Some fundamental rights are expressly guaranteed for the first time. Private property cannot be expropriated, "except in the public interest" and in return for "fair compensation". Various provisions protect privacy, notably in correspondance and telecommunications. Private homes cannot be entered or searched "except in accordance with the Constitution". Article 28 of the Constitution stipulates that "the State shall assist all able persons in finding employment and shall make regulations to protect workers and employers". The State also undertakes to protect the rights of its "citizens and their families in case of emergency, sickness, disability or old age, and to support the social security system". Under article 43, anyone may "address the public authorities on any matter". Article 39 says that "the mass media, publications and all other means of expression shall observe the requirements of decency and the regulations of the State". Citizens and residents can institute legal proceedings, on an equal basis. Articles 7 and 8 uphold the Holy Qur'an, the Sunnah and the Islamic Sharia as the basis of law. The System of the Majlis al-Shoura establishes a Consultative Council (Shoura Council). The Provincial system regulates the governing of Provinces and Article 16 provides for a Province Council. An English translation of this Constitution may be found in the April 1992 edition of the Middle East Executive Reports, as well as in Vol. 8, Part 3 of the 1993 Arab Law Quarterly.

  24. Arabie saoudite - Droit constitutionnel - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Royal Order No.A/91, of 1 March 1992, to promulgate the Constitution of the Consultative Council

    Adoption: 1992-03-01 | SAU-1992-R-29405

    The Consultative Council will consist of 60 members and a chairman, all of them to be appointed by the King within six months of the publication of the Order. The terms of reference of the Council are to: review economic and development plans; examine legislation, treaties and international agreements; and to discuss the annual reports of ministries. The Council can make recommendations and adopt resolutions, which must then be submitted to the Prime Minister who will refer them to the Council of Ministers for discussion. If the two bodies agree, "royal approval shall be given". If not, the King will settle the matter "as appropriate".

  25. Arabie saoudite - Droit constitutionnel - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Royal Order No.A/92, of 1 March 1992, to promulgate the System of Provincial Administration

    Adoption: 1992-03-01 | SAU-1992-R-29406

    This statute reorganizes the country's system of local administration. Each province is to have a governor with the rank of minister and a deputy-governor to be appointed by Royal Decree on a recommendation of the Minister of Internal Affairs. The Order spells out the duties of governors in great detail, including the province's social and economic development; the protection of personal rights and freedoms; etc. Province governors must at least twice a year hold a meeting with the authorities in charge of the administrative subdivisions under their control, i.e. governorates and districts.

  26. Argentine - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Ley núm. 25491 por el cual se aprueba el instrumento de enmienda a la Constitución de la Organización Internacional del Trabajo, adoptado en Ginebra el 19 de junio de 1997.

    Adoption: 2001-10-24 | ARG-2001-L-60573

  27. Argentine - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitución de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.

    Adoption: 1994-09-13 | ARG-1994-C-39832

    En la sección I, el art. 39 estipula: El trabajo es un derecho y un deber social. 1.- En especial se establece: derecho al trabajo, a una retribución justa, a condiciones dignas de trabajo, al bienestar, a la jornada limitada, al descanso semanal, a igual remuneración por igual tarea y al salario mínimo, vital y móvil...2.-La Provincia reconoce los derechos de asociación y libertad sindical, los convenios colectivos, el derecho de huelga y las garantías al fuero sindical de los representantes gremiales.- 3.-En materia laboral y de seguridad social regirán los principios de irrenunciabilidad, justicia social, gratuidad de las actuaciones en beneficio del trabajador, primacía de la realidad, indemnidad, progresividad y, en caso de duda, interpretación a favor del trabajador. 4.-...la Provincia garantiza a los trabajadores estatales el derecho de negociación de sus condiciones de trabajo y la sustanciación de los conflictos colectivos entre el estado provincial y aquellos a través de un organismo imparcial que determine la ley". El art. 36 estipula que la Provincia promoverá la eliminación de los obstáculos económicos, sociales o de cualquier otra naturaleza que afecten o impidan el ejercicio de los derechos y garantías constitucionales y a tales fines reconoce los derechos sociales de, entre otros, la niñez, discapacitados, mujer, a la vivienda, salud, de los indígenas, etc.

  28. Argentine - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitución de la Nación Argentina, 1994. - Senado

    Adoption: 1994-08-22 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1994-08-24 | ARG-1994-C-37533

    Se agrega un capítulo "nuevos derechos y garantías" que trata de la supremacía de la Constitución, del ejercicio de los derechos políticos, incluyendo el derecho de iniciativa, de los derechos del consumidor y del recurso de amparo. Entre las atribuciones del Congreso, se menciona la de "reconocer la preexistencia étnica y cultural de los pueblos indígenas argentinos", "proveer lo conducente al desarrollo humano, al progreso económico con justicia social, a la productividad de la economía nacional, a la generación de empleo, a la formación profesional de los trabajadores..." El Congreso debe además "legislar y promover medidas de acción positiva que garanticen la igualdad real de oportunidades y de trato y el pleno goce y ejercicio de los derechos reconocidos por esta Constitución y por los tratados internacionales sobre derechos humanos, en particular respecto de los niños, las mujeres, los ancianos y las personas con discapacidad". Se deberá también dictar "un régimen de seguridad social especial e integral en protección del niño en situación de desamparo, desde el embarazo hasta la finalización del período de enseñanza elemental, y de la madre durante el embarazo y el tiempo de lactancia". Se agregan disposiciones sobre la Auditoria General de la Nación y el Defensor del Pueblo. Se establece la posiblidad de reelección del Jefe del Estado, y se crea la figura de Jefe de Gabinete. Textos en inglés y espanol.

  29. Argentine - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitución de la Nación Argentina de 1853 [versión consolidada]. - Honorable Cámara de Diputados de la Nación

    Adoption: 1853-05-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1853-05-01 | ARG-1957-C-32445

    Comprende dos partes, la primera contiene las declaraciones, derechos y garantías (artículos 1 a 35) y la segunda (artículos 36 a 110) se refiere a las autoridades de la Nación El artículo 14 bis [introducido en 1957] enumera los derechos sociales: condiciones dignas y equitativas de labor; jornada limitada; descanso y vacaciones pagados; retribución justa; salario mínimo vital y móvil; igual remuneración por igual tarea; participación en las ganancias de las empresas con control de la producción y colaboración en la dirección; protección contra el despido arbitrario; estabilidad del empleado público; organización sindical libre y democrática, derecho a concertar convenios colectivos, a la conciliación y arbitraje, a la huelga; seguro social obligatorio, jubilaciones y pensiones móviles, vivienda digna, etc.

  30. Arménie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Constitutional Law No.HO-54-N of 25 May 2016 to Establish "The Electoral Law of the Republic of Armenia" as amended to 20 October 2016. - legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2016-05-25 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2016-06-01 | ARM-2016-L-104544

    Section 1: General provisions
    Chapter I: General provisions
    Chapter II: Lists of voters
    Chapter III: Polling stations and centers thereof
    Chapter IV: Election campaign
    Chapter V: Financing elections
    Chapter VI: Observers, proxies, mass media representatives, plenipotentiaries
    Secrion 2: Election committees
    Chapter VII: System of election committees, functions; status of members of election committees
    Chapter VIII: Formation of election committees
    Chapter IX: Functions and competencies of election committees
    Section 3: Voting, voting results
    Chapter X: Organization of voting
    Chapter XI: Procedure of voting
    Chapter XII: Regulation for summarizing results of voting for making tables, identifying inaccuracies and election results
    Section 4: Elections of National Assembly
    Chapter XIII: General provisions
    Chapter XIV: Nomination and registration of candidates for deputies
    Chapter XV: Status of a candidate for deputy
    Chapter XVI: Election campaign on election of National Assembly
    Chapter XVII: Voting, election results
    Chapter XVIII: Calling and conducting National assembly elections
    Section 5: Elections of community leader and community council member
    Chapter XIX: General provisions
    Chapter XX: Nomination of candidates for community leader and community council member
    Chapter XXI: Status of candidates for community leader and community council member
    Chapter XXII: Election campaign of community leader and community council member
    Chapter XXIII: Results of elections of community leader and community council member
    Chapter XXIV: Time terms and procedure of calling elections of community leader and community council member
    Section 6: Elections of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXV: Procedure of Elections of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXVI: Calling and conducting elections of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXVII: Nomination and registration of candidates for member of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXVIII: Status of candidates for member of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXIX: Campaign of elections of Yerevan, Gyumri, Vanadzor community councils
    Chapter XXX: Results of elections
    Chapter XXXI: Additional, transitional and final provisions
    Repeals the Electoral Code of Law No.HO-164-N of 26 May 2011, except for the cases mentioned in para 3 of article 144 of this law, which states, that until 1 September 2017 the elections of community leader and council are conducted according to the repealed Electoral Code.

  31. Arménie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Law No. 164-N of 26 May 2011 on Electoral Code. - Armenian Legal Information System ARLIS Legislation Online

    Adoption: 2011-05-26 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2011-06-26 | Entrée en vigueur graduelle: 2012-01-01 | ARM-2011-L-92641

    Provides for principles on the organization of elections, electoral rights, secret ballost, rights and responsibilities of election campaign commissions, candidates' registration and status. Repeals the Electoral Code adopted on 5 February 1999.

  32. Arménie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Law No. HO-58-N of 1 June 2006 on the Constitutional Court. - Armenian Legal Information System ARLIS

    Adoption: 2006-06-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2007-07-07 | ARM-2006-L-94757

    Chapter 1:General Provisions
    Chapter 2:Member of Constitutional Court
    Chapter 3:Interruption of Competencies of the Member of the Constitutional Court
    Chapter 4:Organization of Activity of Constitutional Court
    Chapter 5:Principles of Investigation of Cases in the Constitutional Court
    Chapter 6:Appealing to the Constitutional Court
    Chapter 7:Preliminary Discussion of an Appealing
    Chapter 8:General Rules of Case Investigation in the Constitutional Court
    Chapter 9:Acts of Constitutional Court:the Procedure of Adopting of Acts and Requirements for Acts
    Chapter 10:Characteristics of Investigation and Resolution of Cases in the Constitutional Court
    Chapter 11:Court Service in the Constitutional Court
    Repeals the previous Law on Constitutional Court No.191 of 20 November 1995.

  33. Arménie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Law No. HO-225 of 12 September 2001 on Referendums as Amended to 10 June 2015. - Legislation On-Line

    Adoption: 2001-09-12 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2001-10-18 | ARM-2001-L-101978

    Regulates the procedure of referendum establishing, inter alia, concept of referendum, principles of holding a referendum, right to participate in a referendum, circumstances excluding referendums (Chapter I), procedure of coming up with initiative of holding a referendum and establishment thereof, main purposes of holding referendums (Chapter II). Sets system of committees for organization of referendums, as well as training and competencies thereof (Chapter III); also lists of citizens who have the right to take part in referendum, financing of referendums (Chapter IV); campaign, financing thereof (Chapter V); observers, the right to observe referendums (Chapter VI); procedure of balloting, validity of balloting (Chapter VII); procedure of resuming results of referendums and determination of number of inaccuracies; liability for the violation of this law; final provisions (Chapters VIII, IX, X).

  34. Arménie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic of Armenia of 5 July 1995. - The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia (in English) The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia (in Russian) The Constitution of the Republic of Armenia (in Armenian)

    Adoption: 1995-07-05 | ARM-1995-C-45189

    Chapter II sets forth fundamental human and civil rights and freedoms including inter alia freedom of association ("right to form and join trade unions", Article 25), the right to free choice of employment and the right to strike (Article 29), the right to rest (Article 30) and the right to social security (Article 33).

  35. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Constitution (Recognition of Aboriginal Peoples) Amendment Act 2013 (No 8 of 2013). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2013-03-28 | AUS-2013-L-102414

  36. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution of Queensland 2001. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2001 | AUS-2001-C-97949

  37. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution (Parliamentary Secretaries) Amendment Act 1996 (No. 3 of 1996).

    Adoption: 1996-05-09 | AUS-1996-C-44077

    Amends provisions of the Constitution Act 1867, the Legislative Assembly Act 1867, the Officials in Parliament Act 1896, and the Parliamentary Contributory Superannuation Act 1970 relating to parliamentary secretaries.

  38. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Constitution Amendment Act 1992 (Act No. 6 of 1992)

    Adoption: 1992-03-27 | AUS-1992-L-28859

    This Act amends section 6 of the Constitution Act Amendment Act 1896 dealing with legislative salaries.

  39. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution Act Amendment Act 1989. No. 93.

    Adoption: 1989-10-10 | AUS-1989-C-9054

    Amendments to the state Constitution Act 1867-1988 with respect to the system of local government.

  40. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Constitution Act 1975 (No. 8750 of 1975). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1975-12-01 | AUS-1975-L-105489

  41. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution Act 1934 (No. 94 of 1934). - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1935-01-14 | AUS-1935-C-81988

    Provides for the establishment of a democratic political system, which is part of the British Commonwealth. Also provides for freedom of religion.

  42. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Constitution Act, 1934. - Legislation on-line (Current)

    Adoption: 1934 | AUS-1934-L-102413

  43. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution Act 1902 No 32. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1902-08-18 | AUS-1902-C-93159

    An Act to consolidate the Acts relating to the Constitution.
    Part 1 Preliminary
    Part 2 Powers of the Legislature
    Part 2A The Governor
    Part 3 The Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly
    Part 4 The Executive
    Part 4A Parliamentary Secretaries
    Part 5 The Consolidated Fund
    Part 6 Officers and departments
    Part 7 Enrolment of Acts
    Part 8 Local government
    Part 9 The judiciary

  44. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Act. - The Australian Constitution Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1900-07-09 | AUS-1900-C-27175

    The official text of 9 July 1900 as amended to 31 October 1986, together with the Proclamation Declaring Establishment of Commonwealth of September 17, 1900; Letters Patent Relating to the Office of Governor-General; the Statute of Westminister Adoption Act of 1942; and the Australia Act of 1986.

  45. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Constitution Act 1867. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1867 | AUS-1867-C-97948

  46. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Australian Constitutions Act 1844 (Imp.). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1844 | AUS-1844-C-93306

    Amends the 1842 Constitutions Act to insert a new section concerning the definition of Colony.

  47. Australie - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Australian Constitutions Act 1842 (Imp.). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1842 | AUS-1842-C-93305

    This Constitution created a partly elective legislature for New South Wales (of which Queensland was a part) and authorised the establishment of representative legislative councils for New South Wales and Tasmania.

  48. Autriche - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Federal Act to amend: Federal Constitutional Law; Federal Act on organization of the Administrative Court; Administrative Court Act 1985 and Constitutional Court Act 1953 (BGBl I 22/2018) - Act on-line in German

    Adoption: 2018-05-15 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2018-05-25 | AUT-2018-L-108202

    The amendments incorporate the EU Data protection Directive and Regulation into below Laws:
    Article 1. Amendment to the Federal Constitutional Law
    Article 2. Amendment to the Federal Act on organization of the Administrative Court: Section 6 Data protection § 24a.
    Article 3. Amendment to the Administrative Court Act 1985: Subsection 5 Data protection § 76a.
    Article 4. Amendment to the Constitutional Court Act 1953: § 88b.

  49. Autriche - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    EU Information Act (EU InfoG) (BGBI. No. 113/2011). (Bundesgesetz über Information in EU-Angelegenheiten (EU-Informationsgesetz EU-InfoG)) - Act on-line in German/English

    Adoption: 2011-11-15 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2012-01-01 | AUT-2011-L-90197

    The Act consists of thirteen articles which deal with the following:
    1. Preliminary
    2. European documents
    3. Documents issued by Austrian Authorities
    4. Formal specifications
    5. Additional information
    6. Written information
    7. Annual review
    8. Information regarding complaints of the principle of devolving decisions to the lowest practical level
    9. Information transition and handling
    10. EU database
    11. Safety of the information
    12. Obligation of publication
    13. Entry into force.

  50. Autriche - Droit constitutionnel - Loi

    Federal Act to amend Federal Constitutional Law (Text No. BGBl. I Nr. 5/2007) (Bundesverfassungsgesetz, mit dem das Bundes-Verfassungsgesetz geändert wird) - Act on-line in German

    Adoption: 2007-01-30 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2007-01-22 | AUT-2007-L-87702

    Major amendments: Article 67a (new) in order to assist the Federal President in the management of his official duties, Office of the President is appointed, which reports to the President.
    Article 67 does not apply to the appointment of staff of the Office of the President and the Ceremony of official titles deriving from this act and for the President to exercise those duties.

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