explanation of article 6 sectio 27
The Philippine Constitution Article 2 Section 6 states that The Separation of Church and State Shall be Inviolable. An explanation for this would be that the government cannot enforce laws with regards to individual religious practices.
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Article 1 section 6 of the constitution pertains to members of Congress and how they are paid. It also states that members of Congress shall have legislative immunity.
Article 3 Section 6 of the Bill of Rights is about having the right to live where you want and to move residences. It also addresses the right to travel.
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Many US states and several countries have an 'article 6 section 23', and each deals with a different issue. Please specify which state or country constitution you are referring to.
no Article 1, Section 6 of the Constitution
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Article 14, Section 6 of the Constitution of the Philippines states that the official language of the Philippines is Filipino. It also states that for communication and instruction purposes, there are two official languages, Filipino and English.
The separation of Church And State shall be invioble.
In the Constitution, Article I, Section 3, Paragraphs 6 & 7.
Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution. -George Silebi
6 Years. This is outlined in Article 1, Section 3 of the Constitution.
Section five article six of the Philippine constitution is the separation of the government from religion. What this means is the government can not interfere with the religious practices of the people in their homes or private educational facilities.
Article 1 describes the powers of the Legislative Branch. Its sections are as follows. * Article 1 - The Legislative Branch ** Section 1 - The Legislature ** Section 2 - The House ** Section 3 - The Senate ** Section 4 - Elections, Meetings ** Section 5 - Membership, Rules, Journals, Adjournment ** Section 6 - Compensation ** Section 7 - Revenue Bills, Legislative Process, Presidential Veto ** Section 8 - Powers of Congress ** Section 9 - Limits on Congress ** Section 10 - Powers Prohibited of States To find out more information check out the related link.
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civil office Article I, Section 6, Clause 2
A member of the House of Representatives is elected to a two year term as set forth in Article 1, Section 2 of the US Constitution. Senators are elected for a 6 year term (Article 1, Section 3).