Constitution of Moldova (1994)

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The Moldovan Constitution of 1994 is the supreme law of the country, since 27 August 1994.

History[edit]

The current Constitution of Moldova was adopted on 29 July 1994 by the Moldovan Parliament and published in the Moldovan official gazette on 12 August 1994. It came into force on 27 August 1994, abrogating the previous Constitution of 1978 in its entirety.

Since 1994, the Constitution has been successfully amended 8 times. There have also been unsuccessful attempts to amend it, such as the 2010 constitutional referendum.

The Titles and Chapters[edit]

  • TITLE I - GENERAL PRINCIPLES
  • TITLE II - FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS, FREEDOMS AND DUTIES
  • CHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
  • CHAPTER II - FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
  • CHAPTER III - FUNDAMENTAL DUTIES
  • TITLE III - PUBLIC AUTHORITIES
  • CHAPTER IV - PARLIAMENT
  • FIRST SECTION - Structure and Functioning
  • SECOND SECTION - The Status of Parliament Members
  • THIRD SECTION - Legislation and Acts of Parliament
  • CHAPTER V - THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA
  • CHAPTER VI - THE GOVERNMENT
  • CHAPTER VII - THE PARLIAMENT - THE GOVERNMENT INTERRELATIONSHIP
  • CHAPTER VIII - PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  • CHAPTER IX - JUDICIAL AUTHORITY
  • FIRST SECTION - Courts of Law
  • SECOND SECTION - The Higher Magistrates' Council
  • THIRD SECTION - The Public Prosecution Office
  • TITLE IV - NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC FINANCE
  • TITLE VI - REVISING THE CONSTITUTION
  • TITLE VII - FINAL AND TRANSITORY PROVISIONS

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