Constitution of the Republic of Poland (April 23rd 1935)
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Published by Polish Commission for International Law Cooperation in Warsaw .
Written in English

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  • Poland

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  • Poland -- Constitution

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Edition Notes

Statementpreface by Stanisław Car ; outline of legislation on presidential and parliamentary elections by Michael Potulicki.
ContributionsPotulicki, Michał.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJN6753 1935 .A5
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p. ;
Number of Pages47
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6341760M
LC Control Number36021276
OCLC/WorldCa1862052

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  the constitution of the republic of poland 2 april chapter i the republic chapter ii the freedoms, rights and obligations of persons and citizens chapter iii sources of law chapter iv the sejm and the senate chapter v the president of the republic of poland chapter vi the council of ministers and government administration chapter vii local government chapter viii courts and tribunals. Genre/Form: Rules Rules and practice: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Poland.; Kancelaria.; ISBN: The English Constitution. The book became a standard work which was translated into several languages. Bagehot began his book by saying, do not be fooled by constitutional theories and formal institutional continuities– concentrate instead on the real centers of . This entry about Constitution of the Polish People's Republic has been published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY ) licence, which permits unrestricted use and reproduction, provided the author or authors of the Constitution of the Polish People's Republic entry and the Encyclopedia of Law are in each case credited as the source of the Constitution of the Polish People's Republic Cited by: 1.

 ?This book tackles the issue of individual rights within the Polish constitutional system. It begins by asking why the horizontal effect of individual rights was not contemplated in Polish jurisprudence until the s, and why it is not expressly addressed in the Polish Constitution despite the proposal of a relevant clause during the drafting process. Constitution of the Republic of Poland(excerpt) Chapter II. FREEDOMS, RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF PERSONS AND CITIZENS(excerpt)ArtIn accordance with principles specified by the statute, everyone shall have the right to apply to the Commissioner for Human Rights for assistance in the protection of his freedoms or rights infringed by organs of public authority.   The Republic of Poland shall be the common good of all its citizens. Article 2 The Republic of Poland shall be a democratic state ruled by law and implementing the principles of social justice. The current Constitution of the Republic of Poland, adopted by the National Assembly (i.e. a joint session by the Sejm and Senate) on 2nd April , was accepted by the nation in a referendum that took place on 25th May The Constitution became effective on 16th October when it was signed by the Polish president, Aleksander Kwaśniewski.

The Republic of Poland shall respect international law binding upon it. Article 10 1. The system of government of the Republic of Poland shall be based on the separation of and balance between the legislative, executive and judicial powers. 2. Legislative power shall be vested in the Sejm and the Senate, executive power. The Constitution shall be the supreme law of the Republic of Poland. The provisions of the Constitution shall apply directly, unless the Constitution provides otherwise. Article 9 The Republic of Poland shall respect international law binding upon it. Formally known as the Constitution of the Republic of Poland (Polish: Konstytucja Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej), it replaced the Small Constitution of , the last amended version of the Constitution of the Polish People's Republic, known from December Jurisdiction: Poland. The book specifies and explains the solutions – often very general and challenging in terms of interpretation – adopted by the legislators in the Constitution of the Republic of Poland. The mode of disquisition is informed by didacticism and systematism, making the publication exceptionally valuable, given the wide range of readers.