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Constitution of Botswana

Republic of Botswana Embassy of the Republic of Botswana Country Resources Constitutions Botswana 30 September 1966 Legislation/regulation human rights, political rights

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This document describes the constitution of Botswana as it pertains to; the republic, the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual, citizenship, the executive, the parliament, the judicature, public service and financial matters.


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