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  • What does the constitution say? - the complete constitution made easy
  • Rautenbach IM, Malherbe EFJ
  • ISBN: 9780627023354
  • eISBN: N/A
  • ePub ISBN: N/A
  • 80 Pages | Published: 1997

The Constitution is the supreme law of the Republic and affects you in different ways. Many of yoru rights are guaranteed in the Constitution. Particulars about the powers of Parliament, your provincial legislature and your municipality for which you may vote, appear in the Constitiution. The powers and duties of the Government also appear in the Constitution. In this publication the Constitution is explained briefly to the people for whom the Constitution has been written.

Introduction
Chapter 1. Founding provisions
Chapter 2. The Bill of Rights
Chapter 3. Co-operative government
Chapter 4. Parliament
Chapter 5. The President and national executive
Chapter 6. The provinces
Chapter 7. Local government
Chapter 8. Courts and administration of justice
Chapter 9. State institutions supporting constitutional democracy
Chapter 10. Public administration
Chapter 11. Security services
Chapter 12. Traditional leaders
Chapter 13. Finance
Chapter 14. General provisions

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