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Swaziland Constitution

Swaziland Constitution

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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland that came into effect in 2006.

Swaziland is a small landlocked kingdom in southern Africa ruled over by King Mswati III, sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch.
The Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland that came into effect in 2006.

Swaziland is a small landlocked kingdom in southern Africa ruled over by King Mswati III, sub-Saharan Africa's last absolute monarch.

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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland Act 2005
I ASSENT……………………………………………………………………………………King of Swaziland……………………………………………………………………….
2005
 __________________ 
AN ACT
entitledAn Act to provide for the constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland, 2005.ENACTED by the King and the Parliament of Swaziland.
 
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Arrangement of sectionsSectionCHAPTER ITHE KINGDOM AND ITS CONSTITUTION
1. The Kingdom and its territory2. The Constitution3. The Anthem, Flag and Languages
CHAPTER IIMONARCHY
4 The king and
iNgwenyama 
 5. Succession to the Throne6.
Umntfwana 
(Crown Prince)7. The
Ndlovukazi 
 8.
Umntfwanenkhosi Lomkhulu 
 9. Civil List of the king and
Ngwenyama 
,10. Immunity of king and
iNgwenyama 
, from taxation11. Protection of the king and
Ngwenyama,
in respect of legal proceedings12. Oath by the king and
iNgwenyama 
,13. The King’s Advisory Council
CHAPTER IIIPROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTSAND REEDOMS
14. Fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual15. Protection of right to life16. Protection of right to personal liberty17. Protection from slavery and forced labour18. Protection from inhuman or degrading treatment19. Protection from deprivation of property20. Equality before the law21. Right to fair hearing22. Protection against arbitrary search or entry23. Protection of freedom of conscience or religion24. Protection of freedom of expression25. Protection of freedom of assembly and association26. Protection of freedom of movement27. Rights and protection of the family28. Rights and freedoms of women29. Rights of the child30. Rights of persons with disabilities31. Abolition of the status of illegitimacy32. Rights of workers33. Right to administrative justice34. Property rights of spouses35. Enforcement of protective provisions36. Declaration of emergency37. Derogations during public emergency38. Prohibition of certain derogations39. Saving clauses and interpretation
 
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CHAPTER IVCITIZENSHIPPart 1Acquisition of Citizenship
40. Citizen of Swaziland41. Citizen by descent42. Citizenship by operation of law43. Citizenship by birth44. Citizenship by marriage45. Citizenship by registration46. Posthumous children47. Foundlings48. Birth aboard a ship or aircraft
PART 2LOSS OF CITIZENSHIP
49. Deprivation of citizenship50. Renunciation of citizenship51. Preservation of obligations on cessation of citizenship52. Death of citizen or loss of citizenship53. Citizenship Board54. Certificate of citizenship55. Provision for other matters
CHAPTER VDIRECTIVE PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICYAND DUTIES OF THE CITIZEN
56. General objectives57. Law enforcement objectives58. Political objectives59. Economic objectives60. Social objectives61. Foreign policy objectives62. Objectives on independence of the judiciary63. Duties of the citizen
CHAPTER VITHE EXECUTIVE
64. Executive authority of Swaziland65. Exercise of King’s functions66. The Cabinet of Ministers67. Appointment of Prime Minister and other Ministers68. Vacation of office of Prime Minister or Minister69. Responsibility of Cabinet70. Assignment of responsibilities71. Exercise of the Prime Minster’s functions during absence or illness72. Exercise of Minister’s functions during absence or illness73. Oaths of office74. Secretary to Cabinet75. Direction of government departments76. Principal Secretaries

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