With the September release, 14 new documents and 13 new titles have been added to World Constitutions Illustrated; see below for details.
The Constitution of 1995 was amended at the Referendum of 6 December 2015. The amendments are very extensive. We include the Armenian text
The Constitution of 1991 was amended for the fifth time on 16 December 2015. We include the text of the amending law from the official gazette and from the National Assembly and the conolidated Bulgarian text provided by the Constitutional Court
The Constitution of 1991 was extensively amended on 5 November 2015
We have updated our own consolidated translation to account for the amendments of 12 November 2013.
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What does the late music legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member David Bowie have to do with the concept of intellectual property? Back in the late 1990s, David Bowie's recording and distribution deal was about to expire, and his business manager was looking for new finance options to help buy out Bowie's former business manager and to raise a significant amount of money before Bowie returned to live in the United Kingdom.
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In order to be elected President of the United States, a candidate must have natural-born citizen status. The 2016 Presidential election has thus far been quite contentious. As the primaries loom, the issue of eligibility to hold office as U.S. President has been raised.
What is a natural born citizen, exactly? A quick search for this phrase in HeinOnline reveals this article from the Harvard Law Review Forum,
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Thank goodness winter has finally arrived.
Prior to the recent arctic blast, we felt compelled to venture outdoors and actively participate in society. Now, with temperatures in the teens and cars covered in ice, there is zero shame in curling up on the couch and binge-watching Netflix's popular documentary, Making a Murderer.
This 10-episode true crime series from filmmakers Moira Demos and Laura Ricciardi follows the story of Steven Avery,
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Each January, we celebrate the life of a man who had a tremendous impact on race relations in the United States. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a civil rights activist and a Baptist minister. Though his life was cut far too short by an assassin's bullet in 1968, the ideals he embodied, his methods of peaceful protest, and his visions for a future without racism are still admired and discussed today.
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With the September release, 46 new documents and 14 new titles have been added to World Constitutions Illustrated; see below for details.
26 documents have been added. Most of these related to the colonial history of Australia from 1787 to 1900
Five texts of the Constitution of 1900 have also been added, two in French
The Consitution was amended for the third time this year by Law No.
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