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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Cambodia

The Kingdom of Cambodia Country Resources Constitutions Cambodia 21 September 1993 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection, human rights

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This document describes the constitution of Cambodia as it pertains to; the Sovereignty, the King, the rights and obligations of Khmer citizens, on policy, economy, education, culture, social affairs, the national assembly, the senate, the congress of the assembly and senate, the royal government, the judiciary, the constitutional council, the administration, the national congress, effects, revision and amendments of the constitution, transitional provisions


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