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Constitution of Mauritania

Islamic Republic of Mauritania Country Resources Constitutions Mauritania 12 July 1991 Legislation/regulation human rights, political rights, social and economic rights

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Constitution of Mauritania outlining the rights and freedoms of Mauritanian citizens and the functioning of the state.

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Constitution of Mauritania
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