Supreme Law

Supreme Law

- Constitution of Japan

CHAPTER X: SUPREME LAW

Article 97:
The fundamental human rights by this Constitution guaranteed to the people of Japan are fruits of the age-old struggle of man to be free; they have survived the many exacting tests for durability and are conferred upon this and future generations in trust, to be held for all time inviolate.

Article 98:
This Constitution shall be the supreme law of the nation and no law, ordinance, imperial rescript or other act of government, or part thereof, contrary to the provisions hereof, shall have legal force or validity. 2) The treaties concluded by Japan and established laws of nations shall be faithfully observed.

Article 99:
The Emperor or the Regent as well as Ministers of State, members of the Diet, judges, and all other public officials have the obligation to respect and uphold this Constitution.

Constitution of Japan

Preface
Emperor
Renunciation of War
Rights and Duties of the People
Diet
Cabinet
Judiciary
Finance
Local Self Government
Amendments
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