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Name: Egypt's Constitution of 2012.
Country: Egypt
Subject(s): Constitutional law
Type of legislation: Constitution
Adopted on: 2012-11-30
Entry into force:
ISN: EGY-2012-C-91655
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=91655&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Legislation on-line in Arabic Legislation on-line in Arabic Dostour, Egypt PDF in Arabic PDF in Arabic (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2012-12-03)
Legislation on-line in English Legislation on-line in English Egypt Independent, Al-Masry Al-Youm daily, Egypt PDF in English PDF in English (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2012-12-03)
Abstract/Citation: CONSTITUTION PREAMBLE
PART I: STATE AND SOCIETY
Chapter I: Political principles
Chapter II: Social and ethical principles
Chapter II: Economic Principles
PART II: RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
Chapter I: Personal rights
Chapter II: Moral and political rights
Chapter III: Economic and social rights
Chapter IV: Guarantees for the protection of rights and freedoms
PART III: PUBLIC AUTHORITIES
Chapter I: Legislative authority
Section 1: Common provisions
Section 2: House of Representatives
Section 3: Shura Council
Chapter II: Executive Authority
Section 1: The President
Section 2: The Cabinet
Chapter III: The Judicial Authority
Section 1: General Provisions
Section 2: The Judiciary and Public Prosecution
Section 3: The State Council
Section 4: The Supreme Constitutional Court
Section 5: Judicial Bodies
Section 6: Judicial Officers
Chapter IV: Local Administration
Section 1: Local administrative division of the State
Section 2: Local Councils
Chapter V: National Security and Defense
Section 1: The National Security Council
Section 2: The Armed Forces
Section 3: The National Defense Council
Section 4: The Military Judiciary
Section 5: The Police
PART IV: INDEPENDENT BODIES AND REGULATORY AGENCIES
Chapter I: Common provisions
Chapter II: Regulatory Agencies
Section 1: The National Anti-Corruption Commission
Section 2: Central Auditing Organization
Section 3: The Central Bank
Chapter III: The Economic and Social Council
Chapter IV The National Electoral Commission
Chapter V: Independent bodies
Section 1: The Supreme Authority for Endowment Affairs
Section 2: The Supreme Authority for Heritage Conservation
Section 3: The National Council for Education and Scientific Research
Section 4: Independent Press and Media Organizations
PART V: FINAL AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
Chapter I: Amendments to the Constitution
Chapter II: General Provisions
Chapter III: Transitional Provisions

Article 225:
This Constitution shall be in force as of the date of announcing the public approval of it in a referendum, based on a majority of valid votes of the referendum participants.

Article 236:
Constitutional declarations issued by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces and by the President of the Republic from 11 February 2011 to the date of the adoption of this Constitution are hereby repealed, while their consequent effects shall remain valid and in force and may not in any way be appealed against.
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