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  1. Library Resource
    July, 1981
    Antigua and Barbuda

    The Antigua and Barbuda Constitution Order 1981, which came into effect on 31 October 1981, was promulgated simultaneously with the country's formal independence from Britain. It Consists of 127 Sections divided in ten Chapters: The State and the Constitution (I); Protection of Fundamental Rights andFreedoms of the Individual (II); The Governor-General (III); Parliament (IV); Executive Powers (V); Finance (VI); The Public Service (VII); Citizenship (VII); Judicial Provisions (IX) and Miscellaneous (X).

  2. Library Resource

    Конституция Республики Таджикистан.

    November, 1994

    The Constitution has the highest legal power, direct application (Article 10) and supremacy on the whole territory of Tajikistan. The Constitution proclaims the establishment of a democratic, legal, secular and unitary State (Article 1), where the State power is based on the principle of separation of powers (Article 9).

  3. Library Resource
    December, 2004

    The Afghan National Assembly (Loya Jirga) approved the constitution before it was formally signed by transitional president Hamid Karzai.

  4. Library Resource
    December, 1998

    The Albanian Parliament approved the constitution and it was signed by President Rexhep Meidani following approval of 91.1% of voters in a popular referendum.

  5. Library Resource
    December, 1989

    President Liamine Zroual signed the constitution after it was approved by 85% of voters in a popular referendum.

  6. Library Resource
    December, 1993

    The consell approved the constitution before it was ratified by 74.19% of voters in a popular referendum.

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