Organs of the State

Organs of the State

- Constitution of Cuba 1940
Organs of the State
- The Constitution of Republic of Cuba 1940. Cuban Laws and Constitutions.

Organs of the State

Title VIII Concerning the Organs of the State
Article 118. The State exercises its functions by means of the legislative, executive, and judicial powers and the organs recognized in the Constitution which, in conformity with the same, may be established by law.
The Provinces and the municipalities, besides exercising their own functions, assist in the realization of the purposes of the State.
Nation its Territory and Form of Government
Nationality
Alienage
Fundamental Rights
Family and Culture
Labor and Property
Suffrage and Public Offices
Organs of the State
Legislative Power
Executive Power
Vice President of the Republic
Council of Ministers
Relations between the Congress and the Government
Judicial Power
Municipal System
Provincial System
National Finances
State of Emergency
Amendment of the Constitution
Constitution Organs Of The State 2022


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