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Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας (The Constitution of Greece)

The Hellenic Parliament Country Resources Constitutions Greece 31 December 2008 Legislation/regulation 978-960-560-097-6 equality, political rights

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The Country’s constitutional charter is a firm point of reference, to the shaping of the political system and to the consolidation of the democratic institutions in the conscience of all. It was created and entered into force 1975. It has been revised three times since, most significantly in 1986, and also in 2001 and in 2008).

Part one (articles 1-23) establishes Greece as a presidential parliamentary republic and confirms the prevalence of the Orthodox Church. Part two (articles 4-25) concerns individual and social rights. Part three (26-105) describes the organization and function of the State. Article 28 formally integrates international laws and conventions into Hellenic law. Part four (articles 106-120) comprises special, final and transitory provisions.

As revised by the parliamentary resolution of May 27th 2008 of the VIIIth Revisionary Parliament


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