Asked in Politics and Government
Politics and Government
What does article 1 section 8 of the constitution of the Fifth Republic say?
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What is the best explanation on article 3 section 17 in the Philippines constitution?
Article 3 Section 17 in the Philippines constitution states "No person shall be compelled to be a witness against himself." This means the same as "pleading the fifth" and not self-incriminating yourself. ...
Asked in Ancient History
Who recognized the constitution of France and started the fifth republic?
The Fifth Republic is the fifth constitution France has had. It has been in place since 1958 and was started by Charles de Gaulle. ...
What are facts about the De Gaul constitution for the fifth French republic?
One of the facts about the De Gaul constitution for the fifth French republic is that the President is elected after every 5 terms. ...
Asked in Founding Fathers, US Constitution
Where is amending The US Constitution discussed in The US Constitution?
The fifth article of the constitution addresses the issue of ammendments using the mnemonic LEJStASR article 1. Legislative branch article 2. Executive branch article 3. Judicial branch article 4. States' rights article 5. Ammendments article 6. Supreme law article 7. Ratification ...
Asked in Political Science
What makes 1987 Constitution excessively long?
The fifth republic. The 1987 Philippine Constitution of Febuary 2, 1987 was the fifth republic. It contains the many provisions that should have been embodied only in the implementing statutes to be enacted by the legislature, aside from its verbosity and consequent proxity that have dampeded popular interest of the nation. By this, the 1987 constitution is excessively long. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society
Why was France constitution written in 1958?
The writing of the France constitution, the Fifth Republic took place 1958 when a new government took office. The people had lost confidence in the Fourth Republic, as the executive was weak, and failed governments after World War 2. In the new constitution, the executive wielded sufficient powers to run a country. ...