3 edition of Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1979 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Introduction to the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1979, Introduction to the Nigerian Constitution|
|Statement||by Jadesola O. Akande.|
|Contributions||Akande, J. O. Debo 1940-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 300 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||300|
|ISBN 10||0421289503, 0421289406|
|LC Control Number||82217586|
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Akande. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Akande, Jadesola O. Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria London: Sweet and Maxwell, Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria This document is the Constitution of Nigeria from It includes chapters on general provisions, fundamental objectives and directive principles of State policy, citizenship, fundamental rights, 1979 book Legislative, the Executive, the Judiciary, Federal Capital Territory and general supplementary provisions.
THE CONSTITUTION. ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS. CHAPTER I: General Provisions. Part I: Federal Republic of Nigeria. Supremacy of Constitution. The Federal Republic of Nigeria. States of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Part II: Powers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Legislative Powers. Executive powers. Judicial powers. The constitution was completed byand reviewed by a member Constituent Assembly headed by Justice Udo Udoma which worked from to The Supreme Military Council carried out final amendments and promulgated the new Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria into a decree to come into effect from 1 May Author: Chizoba Ikenwa.
The Constitution of Nigeria is the supreme law of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Nigeria has had a series of constitutions. The current constitution was enacted on 29 Mayinaugurating the Nigerian Fourth Republic. The constitution restored democratic rule to Nigeria, and remains in force today.
The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria could be traced back toduring the British colonial era.
Within this colonial period of toa period of 56 years, Nigeria had six (6) Constitutions: the Constitution, the Constitution, the Constitution, the Constitution, the Constitution and the Download The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as amended, free PDF copy for Desktop and Mobile.
As an electronic PDF soft-copy, it will be delivered to you by email. You will need to provide your email address, where you want the constitution to be sent to. constitution of the federal republic of nigeria (first alteration) act, EXPLANATORY MEMORANDUM This Act alters the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, among other things, to provide for the Financial Independence of the National Assembly and Independent National Electoral Commission.
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Some important features of the republican constitution includes: 1. The adoption of Presidential System of government as opposed to the parliamentary system being used before. The President of the country under the constitution had executive powers and is the Head of State and Head of Government.
The constitution established the council [ ]Author: Chizoba Ikenwa. (1) The Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a State based on the principles of democracy and social justice.
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NWACHUKWU OKEKE* I. INTRODUCTION It is proposed to divide this paper into two main first part will be concerned with a review of the philosophies.
Constitution in Nigeria is the primary legislative power, which is built of regulative norms. They define the rights and responsibility of the people and the leaders. Nigeria is a country, where you can observe a series of constitutions: constitution (First Republic) constitution (Second Republic) constitution (Third Republic).
However, the fundamental human right in Nigeria was published and operated during periods of civilian rule years ( Constitution) and ( Constitution). Inthe Parliament of the Third Republic began to develop a new basic law, which was supposed to come into force in but was canceled due to a military coup.
to civil rule, for the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeriaafter necessary amendments and approval by the Provisional Ruling Council, to be promulgated into a new Constitution for the Federal Republic of Nigeria in order to.
Sections 51 and 91 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria; and (c) posits that the translation of official texts from the exolect into chthonolects constitutes a challenge to which the present generation of Nigerian literati should address themselves.
Constitutions, charters, treaties, conventions, agreements and contracts. Nigeria is an internationally recognized sovereign nation made up of 36 states and a Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.
Each of those 36 states is empowered by Nigeria’s Constitution to establish and maintain a legal system that would assure justice within the assigned territory so as to enable every citizen and other persons resident in it carry on their legitimate everyday pursuits.
constitution (Second Republic) The constitution, which brought in the Second Republic, abandoned the Westminster system in favour of an American -style presidential system, with a direct election,directly-elected.A constituent assembly was elected in to draft a new constitution, which was published on Septemwhen the ban on political activity was lifted.