Legislative authorisation

Legislative authorisation

Legislative authorisation

Legislative authorisation

- Constitution of East Timor
Legislative authorisation
- The Constitution and Laws of the Democratic Republic of East Timor

Legislative authorisation

Section 96

(Legislative authorisation)

1. The National Parliament may authorise the Government to make laws on the following matters:

a) Definition of crimes, sentences, security measures and respective prerequisites;

b) Definition of civil and criminal procedure;

c) Organisation of the Judiciary and status of magistrates;

d) General rules and regulations for the public service, the status of the civil servants and the responsibility of the State;

e) General bases for the organisation of public administration;

f) Monetary system;

g) Banking and financial system;

h) Definition of the bases for a policy on environment protection and sustainable development;

i) General rules and regulations for radio and television broadcasting and other mass media;

j) Civic or military service;

k) General rules and regulations for requisition and expropriation for public purposes;

l) Means and ways of intervention, expropriation, nationalisation and privatisation of means of production and soils on grounds of public interest, as well as criteria for the establishment of compensations in such cases.

2. Laws on legislative authorisation shall define the subject, sense, scope and duration of the authorisation, which may be renewed.

3. Laws on legislative authorisation shall not be used more than once and shall lapse with the dismissal of the Government, with the end of the legislative term or with the dissolution of the National Parliament.

The Republic
Sovereignty and constitutionality
Objectives of the State
Universal suffrage and multi party system
International relations
International law
Valorisation of Resistance
State and religions denominations
Official languages and national languages
National symbols
National flag
Universality and equality
Equality between women and men
Child protection
Old age
Disabled citizen
East Timorese citizens overseas
Interpretation of fundamental rights
Restrictive laws
State of exception
Access to courts
Right to resistance and self defence
Right to life
Right to personal freedom security and integrity
Application of criminal law
Limits on sentences and security measures
Habeas Corpus
Guarantees in criminal proceedings
Extradition and expulsion
Right to honour and privacy
Inviolability of home and correspondence
Protection of personal data
Family marriage and maternity
Freedom of speech and information
Freedom of the press and mass media
Freedom to assemble and demonstrate
Freedom of association
Freedom of movement
Freedom of conscience religion and worship
Right to political participation
Right to vote
Right to petition
Defence of sovereignty
Right to work
Right to strike and prohibition of lock out
Trade union freedom
Consumer rights
Obligations of the taxpayer
Social security and assistance
Education and culture
Intellectual property
Source and exercise of power
Participation by citizens in political life
Principle of renewal
Organs of sovereignty
Principle of separation of powers
Political parties and right of opposition
Administrative organisation
Local government
Publication of legislation and decisions
Inauguration and swearing in
Criminal liability and constitutional obligations
Resignation of office
Death resignation or permanent disability
Exceptional cases
Replacement and interim office
Competencies with regard to other organs
Competencies with regard to international relations
Promulgation and veto
Powers of an interim President of the Republic
Council of State
Competencies organisation and functioning of the Council of State
Election and composition
Competence of the National Parliament
Legislative authorisation
Legislative initiative
Parliamentary appraisal of statutes
Legislative term
Attendance by members of the Government
Standing Committee
Council of Ministers
Responsibility of the Government
The Programme of the Government
Consideration of the Programme of the Government
Request for vote of confidence
Vote of no confidence
Dismissal of the Government
Criminal liability of members of Government
Immunity for members of the Government
Competencies of the Government
Competencies of the Council of Ministers
Competencies of the members of Government
Review of unconstitutionality
Categories of courts
Supreme Court of Justice
Functioning and composition
Electoral and constitutional competence
Superior Council for the Judiciary
High Administrative Tax and Audit Court
Military courts
Court hearings
Function and status
Office of the Prosecutor General
Superior Council for the Public Prosecution
Guarantees in the activity of lawyers
Public Administration general principles
Economic organisation
Natural resources
Financial system
Central Bank
Tax system
State Budget
Defence Force
Police and security forces
Superior Council for Defence and Security
Anticipatory review of constitutionality
Abstract review of constitutionality
Unconstitutionality by omission
Appeals on constitutionality
Decisions of the Supreme Court of Justice
Initiative and time of revision
Approval and promulgation
Limits on matters of revision
Limits on time of revision
Treaties agreements and alliances
Working languages
Serious crimes
Illegal appropriation of assets
Transitional judicial organisation
Transitional competence of the Supreme Court of Justice
Previous law
National Anthem
Transformation of the Constituent Assembly
Second Transitional Government
Presidential election of 2002
Entry into force of the Constitution
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