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United Republic of Tanzania | Constitution 1977 (rev. 1995)

Constitution 1977 (rev. 1995) PREAMBLE WHEREAS WE, the people of the United Republic of Tanzania, have firmly and solemnly resolved to build in our country a society founded on the principles of freedom, justice, fraternity and concord: AND WHEREAS those principles can only be realised in a democratic society in which the Executive is accountable to [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

United States of America | Constitution 1789 (rev. 1992)

Constitution 1789 (rev. 1992) PREAMBLE We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

Uruguay | Constitution 1966 (reinst. 1985, rev. 2004)

Constitution 1966 (reinst. 1985, rev. 2004) SECTION I. THE NATION AND ITS SOVEREIGNTY CHAPTER I ARTICLE 1 The Oriental Republic of Uruguay is the political association of all inhabitants included within its territory. ARTICLE 2 It is and always shall be free and independent of any foreign power. ARTICLE 3 It shall never be the patrimony [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

Uzbekistan | Constitution 1992 (rev. 2011)

Constitution 1992 (rev. 2011) PREAMBLE The people of Uzbekistan, solemnly declaring their adherence to human rights and principles of state sovereignty, being aware of their ultimate responsibility to the present and the future generations, relying on historical experience in the development of the Uzbek statehood, affirming their commitment to the ideals of democracy and social [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

Vanuatu | Constitution 1980 (rev. 1983)

Constitution 1980 (rev. 1983) PREAMBLE WE the people of Vanuatu, PROUD of our struggle for freedom, DETERMINED to safeguard the achievements of this struggle, CHERISHING our ethnic, linguistic and cultural diversity, MINDFUL at the same time of our common destiny, HEREBY proclaim the establishment of the united and free Republic of Vanuatu founded on traditional Melanesian [...]

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Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of) | Constitution 1999 (rev. 2009)

Constitution 1999 (rev. 2009) PREAMBLE The people of Venezuela, exercising their powers of creation and invoking the protection of God, the historic example of our Liberator Simon Bolivar and the heroism and sacrifice of our aboriginal ancestors and the forerunners and founders of a free and sovereign nation; to the supreme end of reshaping the Republic [...]

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Vietnam | Constitution 1992 (rev. 2013)

Constitution 1992 (rev. 2013) PREAMBLE In the course of their millennia-old history, the Vietnamese people, working diligently, creatively, and fighting courageously to construct and defend their country, have forged a tradition of patriotism, solidarity, humaneness and righteousness, perseverance and indomitableness, and have created Vietnamese civilization and culture. Starting in 1930, under the leadership of the Communist [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

Yemen | Constitution 1991 (rev. 2001)

Constitution 1991 (rev. 2001) PART ONE. THE FOUNDATIONS OF STATE CHAPTER I. THE POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS ARTICLE 1 The Republic of Yemen is an Arab, Islamic and independent sovereign state whose integrity is inviolable, and no part of which may be ceded. The people of Yemen are part of the Arab and Islamic Nation. ARTICLE 2 Islam [...]

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Zimbabwe | Constitution 2013

Constitution 2013 PREAMBLE We the people of Zimbabwe, United in our diversity by our common desire for freedom, justice and equality, and our heroic resistance to colonialism, racism and all forms of domination and oppression,Exalting and extolling the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives during the Chimurenga / Umvukela and national liberation struggles,Honouring [...]

By | December 5th, 2016|Constitutions of the World|0 Comments

Should Israel have kept the Sinai Peninsula?

In 1982, Israel handed over the complete Sinai Peninsula to Egypt. As a consequence, all Israeli citizens were deported from the peninsula. The newly-built Israeli town of Yamit was completely destroyed. Yamit was planned as a second Tel Aviv: a modern city on the sea. If Israel had kept the Sinai Peninsula, Israel's housing prices [...]

By | December 4th, 2016|Middle-East|0 Comments