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Argentina Constitution- Part 1

  2/27/2014
Summary:{ Adopted by Dictate in: 1853 } { Argentine Nation Official Title: Constitution of the } { ICL Document Status: Nov 1998 } :Editor''s Note } for reproduction by the Senate of the The ICL edition is based on the raw text published edition has been kindly provided by Mr. Gustavo Alberto Argentine Nation. Reference to that edition incorporates all amendments up to and including the one of 22 Aug Fainschtein. The Changes in the . Prior amendments have been adopted in 1860? 1866? 1898? and 1957 .1994 titles and ICL-Keys are yet to ICL edition include section tags and paragraph numbers Article. { be included.
Preamble

Argentine Nation? gathered in General Constituent We? the representatives of the people of the election of the Provinces which compose it? in fulfillment of pre-Assembly by the will and peace? pacts? in order to form a national u nionnn? guarantee justice? secure domestic existing the blessings of provide for the common defense? promote the general welfare and secure world who wish to dwell on liberty to ourselves? to our posterity? and to all men of the source of all reason and justice: do ordain? ?argentine soil: invoking the protection of God Constitution for the Argentine Nation decree? and establish this.

Part I] First Part]

Chapter I

Chapter I Declarations? Rights? and Guarantees

[] Section 1
representative form of government? as this The Argentine Nation adopts the federal republican Constitution establishes.
[] Section 2
Apostolic religion The Federal Government supports the Roman Catholic.
[] Section 3
Government shall reside in the city to be declared The authorities in c harrrge of the Federal special law of Congress? once settled the cession of the territory to Capital of the Republic by a federalized by one or more provincial legislatures be.
[] Section 4
of the Nation with the funds of the The Federal Government provides for the expenditures of export and import duties? the sale or lease of National Treasury? composed of the proceeds revenues of the Posts? other taxes equitably and proportionally lands owned by the Nation? the population by the National Congress? and of whatever loans and credit levied on the enterprises of national transactions Congress may order in case of national emergencies or for interest.
[] Section 5
the republican? representative system? in Each province shall enact its own constitution under declarations? and guarantees of the National Constitution? ?accordance with the principles administration of justice? municipal regime? and elementary education. Under ensuring its exercise of its these conditions? the Federal Government shall guarantee each province the full institutions.
[] Section 6
of the provinces in order to guarantee The Federal Government may intervene in the territory repel foreign invasions; and at the request of their the republican form of government or to it may intervene to support or reestablish them? should they have been ?constituted authorities by sedition or invasion from another province deposed.
[] Section 7
province are worthy of full faith in the others; The public acts and judicial proceedings of one laws? prescribe the manner in which such acts and proceedings and Congress may? by general and the legal effects thereof shall be proved.
[] Section 8
all rights? privileges? and immunities inherent The citizens of each province shall be entitled to the other provinces. The extradition of criminals is a reciprocal in the condition of citizen in among all the provinces obligation.
[] Section 9
no other Customs than the national ones? Throughout the territory of the Nation there shall be Congress shall be in force in which the tariffs enacted by.
[] Section 10
manufacture is free from duties throughout The circulation of goods of national production or circulation of articles and merchandise of all kinds cleared in the the Republic? as well as the Customs national.









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