General Principles of Public Representat

General Principles of Public Representation

General Principles of Public Representation

General Principles of Public Representation

- Constitution of Somalia

Title One: General Principles of Public Representation

Article 46. The Power of the Public

(1) The power of self-governance begins and ends with the public, which has the power to hold accountable public institutions and public servants where necessary.
(2) The public representation system shall be open and shall give everyone the opportunity to participate. Its procedures and rules shall be simple and understandable.
(3) The public representation system shall be able to satisfactorily and reasonably prevent any crises that may arise as a result of political contests and election results.

Constitution of Somalia

Declaration of the Federal Republic of Somalia
Fundamental Rights and the Duties of the Citizen
General Principles of Human Rights
Rights Basic Personal Liberties and its Limitations
Duties of Citizens
Land Property and Environment
Public Representation
General Principles of Public Representation
Elections
Devolution of the Powers of Government
Federal Parliament
General Provisions
House of the People of the Federal Parliament
Legislative Powers of the Upper House
Legislative Procedures In Parliament
President of the Federal Republic
Executive
Judicial Authority
Independent Commissions
Civil Service
Federal Member States
Public Finance
Peace and Security
Final and Transitional Provisions
Amending the Constitution
Miscellaneous Provisions
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