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The Constitution of the Kingdom of Swaziland Act, 2005

Kingdom of Swaziland King and Parliament of Swaziland Country Resources Constitutions Eswatini 31 December 2005 Legislation/regulation human rights, political rights, social and economic rights

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The Constitution of Swaziland outlines the Civil rights of its citizens and the roles the government plays in maintaining such. Further more, this document informs of the legislative system and legislative processes.

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