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2013 Constitution

2013 Constitution

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2013 Constitution
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CONSTITUTIONOFTHE REPUBLIC OF FIJI
 
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CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF FIJI
CONTENTS_______PREAMBLECHAPTER 1—THE STATE1. The Republic of Fiji2. Supremacy of the Constitution3. Principles of constitutional interpretation4. Secular State5. CitizenshipCHAPTER 2BILL OF RIGHTS6. Application7. Interpretation of this Chapter8. Right to life9. Right to personal liberty
10.Freedomfromslavery,servitude,forcedlabourandhumantrafcking
11. Freedom from cruel and degrading treatment12. Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure13. Rights of arrested and detained persons14. Rights of accused persons15. Access to courts or tribunals16. Executive and administrative justice17. Freedom of speech, expression and publication18. Freedom of assembly19. Freedom of association20. Employment relations21. Freedom of movement and residence22. Freedom of religion, conscience and belief 23. Political rights24. Right to privacy25. Access to information26. Right to equality and freedom from discrimination27. Freedom from compulsory or arbitrary acquisition of property
28.ProtectionofiTaukei,RotumanandBanabanlands
29. Protection of rights and interests in land30. Right of landowners to fair share of royalties for extraction of minerals31. Right to education32. Right to economic participation
33.Righttoworkandajustminimumwage
34. Right to reasonable access to transportation35. Right to housing and sanitation36. Right to adequate food and water37. Right to social security schemes38. Right to health39. Freedom from arbitrary evictions
 
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40. Environmental rights41. Rights of children42. Rights of persons with disabilities43. Limitation of rights under states of emergency44. Enforcement45. Human Rights and Anti-Discrimination CommissionCHAPTER 3PARLIAMENTPart ALEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY46. Legislative authority and power of Parliament47. Exercise of legislative powers48. Presidential assent49. Coming into force of laws50. Regulations and similar laws51. Parliamentary authority over international treaties and conventionsPart BCOMPOSITION52. Members of Parliament53. Proportional representation system54. Composition of Parliament
55.Voterqualicationandregistration
56. Candidates for election to Parliament
57.Candidateswhoarepublicofcers
58. Term of Parliament59. Writs for election60. Date of nomination61. Date of polling62. Early dissolution of Parliament63. Vacation of seat of member of Parliament
64.Nextcandidatetollvacancy
65. Vacancies in membership66. Court of Disputed Returns67. Sessions of Parliament68. Quorum69. Voting70. Committees71. Standing orders72. Petitions, public access and participation73. Powers, privileges, immunities and discipline74. Power to call for evidencePart CINSTITUTIONS AND OFFICES75. Electoral Commission76. Supervisor of Elections
77.SpeakerandDeputySpeakerofParliament
78. Leader of the Opposition79. Secretary-General to Parliament80. Remunerations

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