National Sovereignty

National Sovereignty

National Sovereignty

National Sovereignty

- Constitution of Haiti

National Sovereignty

Title V - National Sovereignty
Article 58:

National sovereignty is vested in all citizens.

Citizens directly exercise the prerogatives of sovereignty by:

a. Electing the President of the Republic;

b. Electing members of the Legislature;

c. Electing members of all other bodies or all assemblies provided for by the Constitution and by law.

Article 59:

Citizens delegate the exercise of national sovereignty to three (3) branches of government:

1. The Legislative Branch;

2. The Executive Branch;

3. The Judicial Branch.

The principle of separation of the Three (3) branches is embodied in the Constitution.

Article 59-1:

The Three (3) branches constitute the essential foundation of the organization of the State, which is civil.

Article 60:

Each branch is independent of the other two (2) in the powers it exercises separately.

Article 60-1:

None of them may, for any reason, delegate their powers in all or in part, nor go beyond the bounds set for them by the Constitution and by law.

Article 60-2:

Each of the Three (3) branches is entirely responsible for its own acts.

Constitution of Haiti

Republic of Haiti
Territory
Haitian Nationality
Nature of the Citizenship
Basic Rights
Right to life and Health
Individual Liberty
Freedom of Expression
Freedom of Conscience
Freedom of assembly and Association
Education and Teaching
Freedom to Work
Property
Right to Information
Right to Security
Duties of the Citizen
Aliens
National Sovereignty
Territorial Divisions And Decentralization
Communal Sections
Communes
Arrondissements
Departments
Delegates and Vice Presidents
Interdepartamental Council
Legislative Branch
House of Deputies
Senate
National Assembly
Exercise of Legislative Power
Incompatibilities
Executive Branch
President of the Republic
Duties of the President of the Republic
Government
Powers of The Prime Minister
Ministers and Secretaries of State
Judiciary
High Court of Justice
Independent Institutions
Permanent Electoral Council
Superior Court of Auditors
Conciliation Comission
Protection of Citizens
University Academy Culture
Public Finance
Civil Service
Economics and Agriculture
Environment
Family
Armed Forces and the Police Force
Armed Forces
Police Forces
General Provisions
Amendments to the Constitution
Temporary Provisions
Final Provisions
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