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1946 constitutionの例文

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  • The 1946 constitution also admitted representatives from Ashanti into the council for the first time.
  • The 1946 constitution also admitted representatives from Asante into the council for the first time.
  • His death was soon followed by a military uprising on 8 November 1947 that abrogated the 1946 constitution.
  • The 1946 constitution revisions abandoned the concept of limiting full membership to only two individuals from each governmental industrial hygiene agency.
  • It also felt the 1946 constitution was " obsolete " as the " new institutions " were not foreseen in it.
  • The 1946 constitution, however, separated Mauritania from Senegal politically, giving it a deputy to the French National Assembly.
  • The emperor was reduced to symbolic status by Japan's 1946 constitution, which provides for the separation of church and state.
  • Numerous MPs elected under the 1946 constitution had been under the age of 30, but were ineligible under the junta's constitution.
  • While the office of Vice President was first mentioned in the 1946 constitution, T鬾 ?c Th?ng became the first Vice President of Vietnam in 1960.
  • The 1946 constitution defined the government of Yugoslavia headed by a president ( commonly known as prime minister ) as the highest administrative authority in the country.
  • The 1946 Constitution of Japan abolished the " kazoku " and ended the use of all titles of nobility or rank outside the immediate Imperial Family.
  • The 1946 constitution of the French Fourth Republic made Madagascar a " territoire d'outre-mer " ( overseas territory ) within the French Union.
  • Previously Niger had formed a single constituency with neighbouring French Sudan, but the new 1946 constitution had separated the two territories, giving Niger one seat in the Assembly.
  • That section, as well as the ones describing the 1946 Constitution and the 1977 Charter, have no references, and the ones on the 1968 and 1974 Constitutions have very few.
  • Previously Mauritania had elected MPs in a single joint constituency with neighbouring Senegal, but the new 1946 constitution had separated the two territories politically, giving Mauritania one seat in the Assembly.
  • The PCF and socialists played a major role in drafting the proposed April 1946 constitution, but it was rejected by voters in a referendum in May 1946, with 53 % against.
  • His Baath Party was one of the first Arab parties to make women's equality a platform plank, declaring in its 1946 constitution that " the Arab woman enjoys all the rights of citizenship ."
  • It was first articulated in the 1946 Constitution of the World Health Organization as  the right to the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of physical and mental health . " Article 25 of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights also mentions the right to health as part of the right to an adequate standard of living.
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