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Revised Constitution of American Samoa

Constitutional Convention Country Resources Constitutions American Samoa 31 December 1960 Legislation/regulation equality, political rights

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The original Constitution was adopted by a constitutional convention and was signed by the convention and Interior Secretary on 27 April 1960 and became effective 1960.

A Constitutional Convention of American Samoa in Fagatogo begun on 26 September 1966 and approved several amendments, which were approved in a referendum in the general elections in 1966, promulgated by Interior Secretary Stewart Udall on 2 June 1967, and became effective 1 July 1967.

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