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Name: The Constitution of Sierra Leone, 1991 [No.6 of 1991].
Country: Sierra Leone
Subject(s): Constitutional law
Type of legislation: Constitution
Adopted on: 1991-09-24
Entry into force:
Published on: Sierra Leone Gazette, Supplement, Extraordinary, 1991-09-25, Vol. 122, No. 59, pp. 1-124
ISN: SLE-1991-C-26723
Bibliography: Sierra Leone Gazette, Supplement, Extraordinary, 1991-09-25, Vol. 122, No. 59, pp. 1-124
Constitutions of the Countries of the World, 1992-07, Marcus Jones, W. S. ...[et al.], Oceana Publ., Dobbs Ferry, NY, USA, 150 p.
Constitution Constitution Sierra Leone Web, pp. 1-81 (consulted on 2005-07-08)
Constitution on-line Constitution on-line Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa PDF PDF (consulted on 2009-12-21)
Abstract/Citation: The 192 sections of this Constitution are divided into chapters covering such matters as the fundamental principles of state policy (Ch.II); the recognition and protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms of the individual(Ch.III); the representation of the people(Ch.IV); the executive(Ch.V); the legislature(Ch.VI); the judiciary(Ch.VII); the ombudsman(Ch.VIII); commissions of inquiry(Ch.IX); the public service(Ch.X); and the armed forces(Ch.XI).
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