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Constitution of Cameroon

Constitution of Cameroon - ISBN: 9786130721657
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback (09-03-2010)
Genre: Privaatrecht
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The Constitution of Cameroon is the supreme law of the Republic of Cameroon. The document consists of a preamble and 13 Parts, each divided into Articles. The Constitution outlines the rights guaranteed to Cameroonian citizens, the symbols and official institutions of the country, the structure and functions of government, the procedure by which the Constitution may be amended, and the process by which the provisions of the Constitution are to be implemented. Cameroon adopted its earliest Constitution upon independence from France in 1960. This was a hurried draft based closely on French precedents. In 1961, British Southern Cameroons gained its independence and voted to join its French counterpart. Delegates framed a new Constitution, which made Cameroon a federation of two states under a single powerful president. In 1972, President Ahmadou Ahidjo pushed through a new document that abolished the federal system, renamed the country the Unitary Republic of Cameroon, and granted the president greater powers. After assuming the presidency, Paul Biya pushed through a revised Constitution in 1984.


Titel: Constitution of Cameroon
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 112
Uitgever: Alphascript Publishing
Publicatiedatum: 2010-03-09
NUR: Privaatrecht
Afmetingen: 152 x 229 x 6
Gewicht: 176 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9786130721657
Intern nummer: 14626131


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