| The constitution and laws of Cambodia
| Article 134-
- Revision or amendment affecting the system of liberal
pluralistic democracy and the regime of Constitutional Monarchy shall
| Article 135-
- This Constitution, after its adoption, shall be
declared in force
immediately by the Head of State of Cambodia.
| Article 136-
- After the entry into force of this Constitution, the
Assembly shall become the National Assembly.
- The Internal Rules of Procedure of the assembly shall
come into force
after adoption by the assembly.
- In the case where the assembly is not yet functional,
the President, the
First and Second Vice-Presidents of the Constituent Assembly shall
in the discharge of t duties in the Throne Council if so required by
situation in the country.
| Article 137-
- After this Constitution takes effect, the King shall be
accordance with conditions stipulated in Article
| Article 138-
- After this Constitution take effects, and during the
the King of the Kingdom of Cambodia shall appoint a First Prime
Minister and a
Second Prime Minister to forma Royal Government after securing the
the President and the two Vice-Presidents of the assembly.
- The Co-President existing before the adoption of this
participate as members of the Committee and in the Throne Council as
stipulated in Articles 11
| Article 139-
this constitution was adopted by the Constitutional assembly in Phnom
on 21 September 1993 at its second plenary session.
- Laws and standard documents in Cambodia that safeguard
properties, rights, freedom and legal private properties and in
the national interests, shall continue to be effective until altered or
abrogated by next texts, except those provisions that are contrary to
the spirit of this Constitution.
Phnom Penh, 21 September, 1993
Constitution of Cambodia
|Chapter I: Sovereignty
|Chapter II: The King
|Chapter III: The Rights and Obligations Of Khmer Citizens
|Chapter IV: On Policy
|Chapter V: Economy
|Chapter VI: Education, Culture, Social Affairs
|Chapter VII: The Assembly
|Chapter VIII: The Royal Government
|Chapter X: The Constitutional Council
|Chapter XI: The Administration
|Chapter XII: The National Congress
|Chapter XIII: Effects, revision and amendments of the constitution
|Chapter XIV: Transitional Provision