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1. The State
2. Constitution is supreme law
3. Fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual
5. Protection of right to personal liberty
6. Protection from slavery and forced labour
7. Protection from inhuman treatment
8. Protection from deprivation of property
9. Protection for privacy of home and other property
10. Provisions to secure protection of law
11. Protection of freedom of conscience
12. Protection of freedom of expression
13. Protection of freedom of assembly and association
14. Protection of freedom to establish schools
15. Protection of freedom of movement
16. Protection from discrimination
17. Enforcement of protective provisions
18. Derogations from fundamental rights and freedoms under emergency powers
19. Interpretation and savings
20. Persons who became citizens on 12 March 1968
21. Persons entitled to be registered as citizens
22. Persons born in Mauritius after 11 March 1968
23. Persons born outside Mauritius after 11 March 1968
24. Marriage to a citizen of Mauritius
25. Commonwealth citizens
26. Powers of Parliament
27. Interpretation
28. The President
29. The Vice-President
30A. Privileges and immunities
30B. Oaths to be taken by the President and the Vice-President
31. Parliament of Mauritius
32. Speaker and Deputy Speaker
33. Qualifications for membership
34. Disqualifications for membership
35. Tenure of office of members
36. Vacation of seat on sentence
37. Determination of questions as to membership
42. Qualifications of electors
43. Disqualifications of electors
44. Right to vote at elections
45. Power to make laws
46. Mode of exercise of legislative power
47. Alteration of Constitution
48. Regulation of procedure in National Assembly
49. Official language
50. Presiding in National Assembly
51. National Assembly may transact business notwithstanding vacancies
52. Quorum
53. Voting
54. Bills, motions and petitions
55. Oath of allegiance
56. Sessions
57. Prorogation and dissolution of Parliament
58. Executive authority of Mauritius
59. Ministers
60. Tenure of office of Ministers
61. The Cabinet
62. Assignment of responsibilities to Ministers
63. Performance of functions of Prime Minister during absence or illness
64. Exercise of President's functions
65. President to be kept informed
66. Junior Ministers
67. Oaths to be taken by Ministers and junior Ministers
68. Direction of Government departments
69. Attorney-General
70. Secretary to the Cabinet
71. Commissioner of Police
72. Director of Public Prosecutions
73. Leader of Opposition
74. Constitution of offices
75A. The Rodrigues Regional Assembly
75B. Powers of the Regional Assembly
75D. Rodrigues Capital and Consolidated Funds
76. Supreme Court
77. Appointment of judges of Supreme Court
78. Tenure of office of judges of Supreme Court
79. Oaths to be taken by judges
80. Courts of Appeal
81. Appeals to the Judicial Committee
82. Supreme Court and subordinate courts
83. Original jurisdiction of Supreme Court in constitutional questions
84. Reference of constitutional questions to Supreme Court
85. Judicial and Legal Service Commission
86. Appointment of judicial and legal officers
87. Appointments of principal representatives of Mauritius abroad
88. Public Service Commission
89. Appointment of public officers
90. Disciplined Forces Service Commission
91. Appointment in the Disciplined Forces
92. Tenure of office of members of Commissions and the Ombudsman
93. Removal of certain officers
94. Pension laws and protection of pension rights
95. Power of Commissions in relation to pensions
96. Office of Ombudsman
97. Investigations by Ombudsman
98. Procedure in respect of investigations
99. Disclosure of information
100. Proceedings after investigation
101. Discharge of functions of Ombudsman
102. Supplementary and ancillary provision
103. Consolidated Fund
104. Withdrawals from Consolidated Fund or other public funds
105. Authorisation of expenditure
106. Authorisation of expenditure in advance of appropriation
107. Contingencies Fund
108. Remuneration of certain officers
109. Public debt
110. Director of Audit
111. Interpretation
112. References to public office
113. Appointment to certain offices
114. Acting appointments
115. Reappointments and concurrent appointments
116. Removal from office
117. Resignations
118. Performance of functions of Commissions and tribunals
119. Saving for jurisdiction of courts
120. Power to amend and revoke instruments
121. Consultation
122. Parliamentary control over certain subordinate legislation
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