Organic Law


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Organic Law

The fundamental law or constitution of a particular state or nation, either written or unwritten, that defines and establishes the manner in which its government will be organized.

See: constitution
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TAP) - The Ministry of Women, Family and Child Affairs has just published the text of the Organic Law on the Elimination of All Forms of Violence against Women in Braille for the benefit of people with special needs in three languages AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA AaAaAeAcAaAaAeA (Arabic, French and E
Bousnina recalled the consultation organised by his department in May 2017 on the draft organic law on associations that will be followed, he said, by a 2nd consultation with the civil society components in February 2018.
Under the draft organic law against racial discrimination, the penalties for racial discrimination (Chapter 3) include prison terms ranging from one month to three years and fines from 500 dinars to 3,000 dinars.
The draft organic law on the audio-visual communication authority was transmitted with a priority of examination because it is a pressing request of professionals, journalists and public opinion," he said.
The draft Organic Law against Racial Discrimination contains eleven articles divided into four chapters: General Provisions, Prevention and Protection, Sanctions and the National Commission against Racial Discrimination.
According to Mehdi Ben Gharbia, the focus will be on the adequacy of the provisions of this bill with the draft organic law on common provisions of constitutional authorities and the law of the Anti-Corruption authority.
According to Koubaa, the workshop is part of efforts to implement the legal framework of the said organic law.
The structural change-from unitary to federal government - is possible under the Constitution by the enactment of an organic law creating the 12 megaprovinces wherein the component provinces would be collapsed and merged into one.
In this regard, Chahed reiterated the government's determination to ensure the independence of the Court, so that it can play its role in compliance with international standards in force, through the creation of four new chambers and increase its human and financial resources, pending the adoption of its organic law currently submitted to the House of People's Representatives (HPR).
Armed forces, being part of the executive of the country, cannot travel beyond its mandate bestowed upon it by the organic law of the country - Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan,' Justice Siddiqui observed in the November 27 order and directed the government to satisfy the court about the constitutional role of the armed forces.
Tenders are invited for Services for the implementation of general actions attached to the "build your future" program to support the social and labor insertion of minors and young people under judicial measures in application of organic law 5/2000, Within the autonomous community of extremadura
As defined in the Organic Law on the National Bank of Georgia, the NBG presents the main directions of monetary and exchange rate policies for next three years to the parliament of Georgia.

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