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Constitution of Malawi

Constitution of Malawi

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Published by: C Wanangwa Kalua on Apr 16, 2012
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VOLUME I[Chap0000]CONSTITUTION OF MALAWIARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONSSECTION1. Short title2. Repeal of the 1966 Constitution3. The Constitution of the Republic of Malawi20 of 199431 of 19946 of 19957 of 19951 of 199738 of 199811 of 19994 of 20018 of 200113 of 20014 of 20048 of 201011 of 2010An Act to adopt and enact the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi[18TH MAY 1994][Ch0000c1]1. Short title
This Act may be cited as the Republic of Malawi (Constitution) Act.[Ch0000c2]2. Repeal of the 1966 ConstitutionThe Republic of Malawi (Constitution) Act, 1966, and the Constitution enacted thereunder andamended from time to time are hereby repealed.[Ch0000c3]3. The Constitution of the Republic of MalawiThe Constitution set out hereunder shall be the Constitution of the Republic of Malawi andwhich shall come into force in accordance with the provisions thereof.ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONSSECTIONCHAPTER ITHE REPUBLIC OF MALAWI1. Malawi a sovereign state2. The national flag, etc.3. The national territory4. Protection of the people of Malawi under this Constitution5. Supremacy of this Constitution6. Authority to govern, universal and equal suffrage7. The separate status, function and duty of the executive8. The separate status, function and duty of the legislature9. The separate status, function and duty of the judiciaryCHAPTER IIAPPLICATION AND INTERPRETATION10. Application of this Constitution
11. InterpretationCHAPTER IIIFUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES12. Constitutional principles13. Principles of national policy14. Application of the principles of national policyCHAPTER IVHUMAN RIGHTS15. Protection of human rights and freedoms16. The right to life17. Genocide18. Liberty19. Human dignity and personal freedoms20. Equality21. Privacy22. Family and marriage23. Rights of children24. Rights of women25. Education26. Culture and language27. Slavery, servitude and forced labour28. Property29. Economic activity

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