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  First Amendment to the United States Constitution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is thus permissible to suggest, for instance, that a lawyer is a bad one, but not permissible to declare that the lawyer is ignorant of the law: the former constitutes a statement of values, but the latter is a statement alleging a fact.
Likewise, the Noerr-Pennington doctrine is a rule of law that often prohibits the application of antitrust law to statements made by competitors before public bodies: a monopolist may freely go before the city council and urge the denial of its competitor's building permit without being subject to Sherman Act liability.
There, the Supreme Court held that citizens may "assemble for the purpose of petitioning Congress for a redress of grievances." Essentially, it was held that the right to assemble was secondary, while the right to petition was primary.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/First_Amendment   (4035 words)

 Montana Constitution
(3) For the purposes of a statutory initiative, the number of qualified electors required in each county and in the state shall be determined by the number of votes cast for the office of governor in the preceding general election.
(3) Investment of public retirement system assets shall be managed in a fiduciary capacity in the same manner that a prudent expert acting in a fiduciary capacity and familiar with the circumstances would use in the conduct of an enterprise of a similar character with similar aims.
(3) All surface, underground, flood, and atmospheric waters within the boundaries of the state are the property of the state for the use of its people and are subject to appropriation for beneficial uses as provided by law.
leg.state.mt.us /css/mtcode_const/const.asp   (11410 words)

 BUNREACHT NA h√ČIREANN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Provision may be made by law for the management of the property which belongs to the State by virtue of this Article and for the control of the alienation, whether temporary or permanent, of that property.
Provision may also be made by law for the management of land, mines, minerals and waters acquired by the State after the coming into operation of this Constitution and for the control of the alienation, whether temporary or permanent, of the land, mines, minerals and waters so acquired.
The Council of State may by a majority of its members make such provision as to them may seem meet for the exercise and performance of the powers and functions conferred on the President by or under this Constitution in any contingency which is not provided for by the foregoing provisions of this Article.
www.taoiseach.gov.ie /upload/publications/297.htm   (7896 words)

 Grundgesetz -- German Constitution (May 23, 1949--Last amended August 31, 1990; English translation)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
(3) Otherwise, this inviolability may be encroached upon or restricted only to avert a common danger or a mortal danger to individuals, or, pursuant to a law, to prevent imminent danger to public security and order, especially to alleviate the housing shortage, to combat the danger of epidemics or to protect endangered juveniles.
The decision on constitutional disputes within a Land may be assigned by a Land law to the Federal Constitutional Court, and the decision of last instance in matters involving the application of Land law, to the higher Federal courts of justice referred to in paragraph (1) of Article 95.
The constitutional status and the performance of the constitutional functions of the Federal Constitutional Court and its judges shall not be impaired.
www.lib.byu.edu /~rdh/eurodocs/germ/ggeng.html   (17395 words)

 Constitution Day: May 3, 1791
The American Constitution was drafted by men who had rebelled from the tyranny of the British crown, and who sought to escape the burdens of taxation.
Indeed, the Constitution of 1791 epitomized a recognition that duty and responsibility were the true foundations of liberty.
The Polish Constitution of May 3, 1791, is a reflection of the Polish spirit, a spirit that is devoted to truth and justice at all times, under all circumstances, and despite all impediments.
info-poland.buffalo.edu /classroom/constitution.html   (1330 words)

 Bahamas: Constitution of 1973
Provided that such an application may not be made by a person who has not attained the age of eighteen year and is not a woman who is or has been married, but shall be made on behalf of that person by a parent or guardian of that person.
(3) A person appointed as a deputy under this Article shall hold that appointment for such period as may be specified in the instrument by which he is appointed, and his appointment may be revoked at any time by the Governor-General acting in accordance with the advice of the Prime Minister.
www.georgetown.edu /pdba/Constitutions/Bahamas/bah73.html   (12212 words)

All are formed within the constitution of the World Conference and derive their authority and existence as legal entities of the Christian Churches of God from and by virtue of the endorsement by receiving a license from the World Conference of the Christian Churches of God.
They may undertake welfare functions of the church to allow the Elders to concentrate on matters more appropriate or the deacons may be ordained to trial their suitability for the permanent ordination of Elder.
National Constitution amendments not in conflict with this constitution may be considered with the consent of the executive committee.
www.ccg.org /english/s/a2.html   (6091 words)

 Ben's Guide (3-5): The Constitution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A convention of delegates from all the states except Rhode Island met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in May of 1787.
On December 3, 1787, Delaware was the first state to vote in favor of (ratify) it.
It was not until May 29, 1790 that the last state, Rhode Island, finally accepted the Constitution.
bensguide.gpo.gov /3-5/documents/constitution   (223 words)

 About the ILO, Who we are: ILO Constitution
A delegate may by notice in writing addressed to the President appoint one of his advisers to act as his deputy, and the adviser while so acting, shall be allowed to speak and vote.
The credentials of delegates and their advisers shall be subject to scrutiny by the Conference, which may, by two-thirds of the votes cast by the delegates present, refuse to admit any delegate or adviser whom it deems not to have been nominated in accordance with this article.
A declaration of acceptance may specify such modification of the provisions of the Conventions as may be necessary to adapt the Convention to local conditions.
www.ilo.org /public/english/about/iloconst.htm   (5466 words)

 Constitution of May 3, 1791   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Every king, when ascending the throne, shall execute an oath to God and to the nation, that he will preserve the present constitution and the pacta conventa15 that shall be drawn up with the present-day elector of Saxony, as destined to the throne, and which shall bind him as shall those of the past.
It shall be his duty to commission officers and appoint officials pursuant to the provisions of lower law, to appoint bishops and senators persuant to the provisions of that law, and ministers, as the prime officials of the executive authority.
The successor the throne, having emerged from minority and executed an oath to uphold the constitution, may be present at all sessions of the guardianship, but without a vote.
www-personal.engin.umich.edu /~zbigniew/Constitutions/k3m.E.07.html   (938 words)

 Malawi's Constitution: Final Draft
This Constitution shall bind all executive, legislative and judicial organs of the State at all levels of Government and all the peoples of Malawi are entitled to the equal protection of this Constitution, and laws made under it.
(3) Where a court of law declares an act of executive or a law to be invalid, that court may apply such interpretation of that act or law as is consistent with this Constitution.
(3) An assessor may be removed by the Public Appointments Committee on the grounds of incapacity or incompetence in the exercise of his or her duties or of being so compromised as to be unable to properly perform his or her duties.
www.sas.upenn.edu /African_Studies/Govern_Political/mlwi_const.html   (17677 words)

 Layer 8 May 29, 2005 - June 04, 2005
Fruit Co. announced this week that it will give $50 vouchers and extended service warranties to as many as 2 million customers whose older iPods had batteries that needed to be replaced or didn't fully charge.
The settlement applies to consumers nationwide who bought versions of the digital music player through May 2004, and those eligible will be contacted by Apple.
BBC News reports that a French law professor played a big role in influencing his countrymen to vote against the proposed EU Constitution.
www.networkworld.com /weblogs/layer8/week_2005_05_29.html   (1836 words)

 Japan Facts
It may prove useful in your dealings with Japanese car importers and exporters - it is ALWAYS sensible to know as much as possible about the people you do business with.
Japan is a chain of islands off the eastern coast of Asia between the North Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Japan, east of the Korean Peninsula
3 NM and 12 NM in the international straits - La Perouse or Soya, Tsugaru, Osumi, and Eastern and Western Channels of the Korea or Tsushima Strait
www.epoi.com /japan_facts.html   (2407 words)

 The World Factbook 2004 -- Japan
elections: none; the monarch is hereditary; the Diet designates the prime minister; the constitution requires that the prime minister must command a parliamentary majority; therefore, following legislative elections, the leader of the majority party or leader of a majority coalition in the House of Representatives usually becomes prime minister
Japan's huge government debt, which is approaching 150% of GDP, and the ageing of the population are two major long-run problems.
Robotics constitutes a key long-term economic strength with Japan possessing 410,000 of the world's 720,000 "working robots." Internal conflict over the proper way to reform the ailing banking system continues.
www.brainyatlas.com /geos/ja.html   (1477 words)

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