2 edition of Fundamental statute of the Kingdom of Albania. found in the catalog.
Fundamental statute of the Kingdom of Albania.
Written in English
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Law No. , dated 27 January CRIMINAL CODE OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL PART CHAPTER I -CRIMINAL LAW AND ITS APPLICATION 1 This law contains a temporary provision as follows: Article 9 Entry into effect This law shall enter into effect 15 days after its publication in the Official Size: 1MB. Fundamental Statute of the Kingdom of Albania is part of the WikiProject Albania, an attempt to co-ordinate articles relating to Albania on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page, where you can join the project and/or contribute to .
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Fundamental Statute of the Albanian Kingdom Chapter I. - General Provisions. Art. The Albanian state is ruled by a monarchical constitutional government. The throne is hereditary, according to the Salic law, in the dynasty of His Majesty Victor Emmanuel III, King of Italy and Albania, Emperor of Ethiopia.
Art. The Albanian flag is red with a double-headed black eagle in the middle and the emblem of. Albania is a democratic, parliamentary and hereditary monarchy. Art. Albania is independent and indivisible, its integrity inviolable, and its territory inalienable.
Art 3. The Albanian flag is red, with a double-headed black eagle in the centre. Art 4. The official language of the State is Albanian. Art 5. The Albanian State has no official religion. by their respective laws, except when this Constitution provides otherwise.
Article 7 The system of government in the Republic of Albania is based on the separation and balancing of legislative, executive and judicial powers. Article 8 1. The Republic of Albania protects the national rights of the Albanian people who live outside its borders.
CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA. We, the people of Albania, proud and aware of our history, with responsibility for the future, and with faith in God and/or other universal values, with determination to build a state of law, social and democratic, to guarantee the fundamental human rights and freedoms, with a spiritFile Size: KB.
(Laches, Statutes of Limitations, Adverse Possession) () SECOND PART (Pjesa e Dyte) BOOK TWO - Ownership and Property. Title 1 Definitions of Property () 1.
Immovable and Movable Property 2. Natural power resources 3. Rights relating to immovable and movable property 4. Registration (recording) of property title 5. Albania as an isolated nation, a place between borders that has created in the scientific community a lot of curiosities and The statute of Albanian Kingdom was composed of an entrance and ten titles.
From the 2nd title “state sovereignty” was obvious how law has affirmed the first fundamental principles of a real rule of law, its Author: Irvin Faniko, Arti Omeri. Albania shall endeavor to ensure that its existing laws and future legislation shall be gradually made compatible with the Community acquis.
Albania shall ensure that existing and future legislation shall be properly implemented and enforced. Civil Code of the Albanian Kingdom and the. Statute. The organic law delegates the stipulation of the operational, institutional and administrative rules, in many cases, to the bylaws issued by the Supervisory Council of the Bank of Albania, such as the Statute or other bylaws on the internal activity of the Bank.
The laws of the Kingdom are simply defined as anything God says for man to do. To be obedient to the King is to obey His laws. The laws of the Kingdom are merely the expression of the King’s righteous character. They are the standard by which righteousness is measured. To violate the character of the King is called sin.
Fundamental Statute of the Kingdom of Albania: 1 December 6: Fundamental Statute of the Kingdom of Albania: 3 June 7: Statute of the People's Republic of Albania: 14 March 8: Constitution of the People's Republic of Albania: 5 July 9: Constitution of the People's Socialist Republic of Albania: 28 December On the Main Constitutional Provisions: 29 April.
The Kingdoms Constitution is still referred to by law makers. Due to its civil rights and democratic values which where revolutionary for the period. Related files Constitution de Fundamental Statue of the Kingdom of Albania DOC — 89 KB.
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FOREWORD 5 1. The law constitutes the basis and the boundaries of the activity of the state. The Constitution is the highest law in the Republic of Albania. The provisions of the Constitution are directly applicable, except when the Constitution provides otherwise.
Article 5 The Republic of Albania applies international law that is binding upon it. The National Holiday of the Republic of Albania is Flag Day, November 6.
The capital city of the Republic of Albania is Tirana. The form and dimensions of the national symbols, the content of the text of the national anthem, and their use shall be regulated by law.
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Albania's Constitution of with Amendments through PDF generated: with determination to build a social and democratic state based on the rule of law, and to guarantee the fundamental human rights and freedoms, The Constitution is the highest law in the Republic of Albania. THE KINGDOM OF ALBANIA.
Aug. 31, who is to be placed on the throne of the new Kingdom of Albania, it is reported that the capital will be the City of Elbassan, situated about equally. Book Condition: very good light brown cloth with decorated cover. SWIRE, JOSEPH. Albania.
The rise of a kingdom. New York, Arno Press and The New York Times,xxiv, pp. Reprint of the edition. The "Eastern Europe collection." - Journalist who worked for the NYTimes and for British papers in Bulgaria.
ISBN XAuthor: J. Swire. While the medieval Angevin Kingdom of Albania was a monarchy, it did not encompass the entirety of the modern state of latter has been a kingdom on two occasions.
The first time was after it declared independence in Last monarch: Zog I (fully recognized), Vittorio. The Albanian Kingdom (Gheg Albanian: Mbretnija Shqiptare, Standard Albanian: Mbretëria Shqiptare) was the constitutional monarchal rule in Albania between and During this period Albania was a de facto protectorate of the Kingdom of Italy Albania was declared a monarchy by the Constituent Assembly, and Zog I was crowned king.
The kingdom was a restoration of the royal identity. Fundamental Statute of the Kingdom of Albania () is part of the WikiProject Albania, an attempt to co-ordinate articles relating to Albania on Wikipedia.
If you would like to participate, you can edit the article attached to this page, or visit the project page, where you can join the project and/or contribute to .The Albanian Kingdom (Gheg Albanian: Mbretnija Shqiptare, Standard Albanian: Mbretëria Shqiptare) was the official name of Albania between and During this period, Albania was a de facto protectorate of the Kingdom of Italy.
 Albania was declared a monarchy by the Constituent Assembly, and President Ahmet Bej Zogu was declared King Zog I.of this book is to reintroduce the concepts, principles, and nature of true authentic kingdoms as presented by the Creator and show the superior and advantageous nature of kingdom as compared to .