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Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro

Montenegro.

Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro

by Montenegro.

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Published by The Secretariat of Information of the Republic of Montenegro in Žabljak .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Yugoslavia,
  • Montenegro.
    • Subjects:
    • Constitutions -- Yugoslavia -- Montenegro.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[translated by Jasminka Kavaric].
      ContributionsKavaric, Jasminka.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKKZ5543.91992 .A6 1994
      The Physical Object
      Pagination36 p. ;
      Number of Pages36
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL411152M
      LC Control Number98113001

      Pursuant to Arti item 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro I hereby pass the DECREE PROMULGATING THE LAW ON BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS I hereby promulgate the Law on Business Organizations adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Montenegro at the sitting of the first extraordinary session in , held on 29 January The Republic guarantees all citizens without distinction of origin, race, sex or social condition of equality before the law. The President of the Republic is the guardian of the Constitution. He embodies the State. It ensures, by his arbitration, the continuous and regular functioning of .

      The consolidated text of the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia is a compilation of the following texts: The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia, which entered into force on the date of its promulgation on 22 December (Official . The Assembly of the Republic of Montenegro made a formal Declaration of Independence on Saturday 3 June. In response to the announcement, the government of Serbia declared itself the legal and political successor of Serbia and Montenegro, and that the government and parliament of Serbia itself would soon adopt a new :

      Law on Public Procuremen ts Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro, number 46/06 1 On the basis of Arti item 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro I hereby pass the ENACTMENT PROCLAIMING THE LAW ON PUBLIC PROCUREMENTS (Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro, No 46/06 as of 21 st July )File Size: KB. Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro. Human Rights. Law on the Protector of Human Rights and Freedoms. Litigation And Court Procedure. Court Rules Law on Amending and Changes of the Law on Enforcement of Criminal Sanctions Law on Amending of the Law on Enforcement of Penal Sanctions Law on Courts.


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Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro by Montenegro. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro PART ONE (BASIC PROVISIONS) Article 1 (The State) Montenegro is an independent and sovereign state, with the republican form of government. Montenegro is a civil, democratic, ecological and the state of social justice, based on the rule of law.

Article 2 (Sovereignty). held on 19 Octoberadopts THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF MONTENEGRO • Regional group(s) PART 1: BASIC PROVISIONS • Type of government envisioned Article 1: The State Montenegro is an independent and sovereign state, with the republican form of government.

Montenegro is a civil, democratic, ecological and the state of social justice. Part VI with Constitutional Court of Montenegro Part VII with changes of the Constitution Part VIII with constitutional law for the passing of Constitution: Repealed text(s): (YUGC) Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro, [consolidated version].

Amending text(s). Constitution of the Republic of Montenegroas amended to (Montenegrin); Amendments I to XVI to the Constitution of Montenegro, available in Hein Online World Constitutions Illustrated Library ().

Montenegro is a member of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and is sovereign "in all matters which it has not conferred to the jurisdiction of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Part 2 provides for basic freedoms and rights; Part 3 for organisation of the State. (MGOC) Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro, CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA. BASIC PROVISIONS.

Article 1. The Republic of Macedonia is a sovereign, independent, democratic and social state. The sovereignty of the Republic of Macedonia is indivisible, inalienable and nontransferable.

Article 2. Sovereignty in the Republic of Macedonia derives from the citizens and belongs to the. THE CONSTITUTION OF MONTENEGRO 1[1] and THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION OF MONTENEGRO ADOPTED ON 19 OCTOBER Stemming from: [The historic right of the Montenegrin people and the right of other autochthonous peoples and citizens to the free state of Montenegro;] - deletedFile Size: KB.

THE CONSTITUTION OF MONTENEGRO PART ONE BASIC PROVISIONS The State Article 1. Montenegro is an independent and sovereign state, with the republican form of government. Montenegro is a civil, democratic, ecological and the state File Size: KB.

The Kingdom of Montenegro (Serbian: краљевина Црнa Горa / Kraljevina Crna Gora) was a monarchy in southeastern Europe, present-day Montenegro, during the tumultuous years on the Balkan Peninsula leading up to and during World War I.

Legally it was a constitutional monarchy, but absolutist in l: Cetinje (–). The Law on General Administrative Procedure, which was passed by the Parliament of the Republic of Montenegro on the first session of its second regular sitting inon Octois proclaimed.

Podgorica, Octo The President of the Republic of Montenegro. Filip Vujanović, (signed personally). (1) The Republic of Montenegro (hereinafter: Montenegro), state bodies and bodies of local self-government cannot be liable for a criminal offense. (2) The legal entity vested with public authorities by law shall not be liable for a criminal offense committed while performing such.

decision for the promulgation of amendments xxxiii, xxxiv, xxxv and xxxvi to the constitution of the republic of macedonia - janu Menu Competencies. The Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro having been adopted by the Assembly of the Republic of Montenegro at its session held on Octo is hereby promulgated.

No.: In Podgorica, on this 12th day of October The Assembly of the Republic of Montenegro President of the Assembly.

Government of the Republic of Montenegro “Strategy of National Security of Montenegro” Podgorica, June, social values and interests defined by the Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro. Montenegro is ready to respond to the threats against national and. The act on amending the Constitution endorsed in the republic referendum shall come into force once promulgated by the National Assembly.

If the National Assembly does not decide to put forward the act on amending the Constitution for endorsement, the amendment of the Constitution shall be adopted by voting in the National Assembly, and the act.

Official Gazette of Montenegro 01/07 of 25 October [unofficial translation] Constitution of Montenegro 1. Stemming from. The decision of the citizens of Montenegro to live in an independent and sovereign state of. Montenegro, made in.

News report: "Montenegro voted yesterday by a comfortable majority to split with Serbia and establish a new small independent state in the Balkans" See also Montenegro votes in independence referendum (; English) Current Constitution of Montenegro; Modern constitution of Montenegro, replaced constitution of Article 63 of the Constitution adopted inand amended inincludes the following provisions: Forced labor shall be prohibited.

Source of Information Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro (amended in ), UN Women Constitutional Database. Pursuant to Article 88 Paragraph 2 of the Constitution of the Republic of Montenegro I hereby issue. THE DECREE. ON THE PROCLAMATION OF THE LAW ON THE NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY (“Official Gazette of the Republic of Montenegro”, number 28/05 as of April 5th,“Official.

The Republic of Montenegro (Montenegrin: република црна гора/Republika Crna Gora) was a constituent federated state of the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and then Serbia and Montenegro between and The declaration of independence of Montenegro in ended the ex-Yugoslav l: Podgorica.

Republic of Montenegro, at its third sitting of the second regular session inheld on 19 Octoberadopts THE CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF MONTENEGRO • Regional group(s) PART 1: BASIC PROVISIONS • Type of government envisioned Article 1: The State Montenegro is an independent and sovereign state, with the republican form of.This is to promulgate the Law on Education Supervision, adopted by the Parliament of the Republic of Montenegro, at the third meeting of the second regular session inon 23rd December Number: /2.

Podgorica, 27th December President of the Republic of Montenegro, Filip Vujanović. THE LAW. ON EDUCATIONAL INSPECTION.Constitution of Montenegro (hereinafter: Constitution) shall enter into force on the day of its promulgation by the Constitutional Parliament of the Republic of Montenegro, unless this Law provides differently with regard to the implementation of certain regulations in the Constitution.