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Namibia Constitution of the Republic of Namibia Chapters 9 - 10 -11
   

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 COMPLETE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

CHAPTER 9  THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Article 78  The Judiciary

Article 79  The Supreme Court

Article 80  The High Court

Article 81  Binding Nature of Decisions of the Supreme Court

Article 82  Appointment of Judges

Article 83  Lower Courts

Article 84  Removal of Judges from Office

Article 85  The Judicial Service Commission

Article 86  Attorney-General

Article 87  Powers and Functions of the Attorney-General

Article 88  The Prosecutor-General

 

CHAPTER 10  THE OMBUDSMAN

Article 89  Establishment and Independence

Article 90  Appointment and Term of Office

Article 91  Functions

Article 92  Powers of Investigation

Article 93  Meaning of Official

Article 94  Removal from Office

 

CHAPTER 11   PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

Article 95   Promotion of the Welfare of the People

Article 96   Foreign Relations

Article 97   Asylum

Article 98   Principles of Economic Order

Article 99    Foreign Investments

Article 100  Sovereign Ownership of Natural Resources

Article 101  Application of the Principle contained in this Chapter

 
 

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   CHAPTER 9     - THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Article 78 - The Judiciary

1.

The judicial power shall be vested in the Courts of Namibia, which shall consist of:

 

  (a)
a Supreme Court of Namibia;

 

  (b)
a High Court of Namibia;

 

  (c)
Lower Courts of Namibia.

 

2.
The Courts shall be independent and subject only to this Constitution and the law.

 

3.
No member of the Cabinet or the Legislature or any other person shall interfere with Judges or judicial officers in the exercise of their judicial functions, and all organs of the State shall accord such assistance as the Courts may require to protect their independence, dignity and effectiveness, subject to the terms of this Constitution or any other law.

 

4.
The Supreme Court and the High Court shall have the inherent jurisdiction which vested in the Supreme Court of South-West Africa immediately prior to the date of Independence, including the power to regulate their own procedures and to make court rules for that purpose.

 


Article 79 - The Supreme Court

1.
The Supreme Court shall consist of a Chief Justice and such additional Judges as the President, acting on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission, may determine.

 

2.
The Supreme Court shall be presided over by the Chief Justice and shall hear and adjudicate upon appeals emanating from the High Court, including appeals which involve the interpretation, implementation and upholding of this Constitution and the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed there-under. The Supreme Court shall also deal with matters referred to it for decision by the Attorney-General under this Constitution, and with such other matters as may be authorised by Act of Parliament.

 

3.
Three (3) Judges shall constitute a quorum of the Supreme Court when it hears appeals or deals with matters referred to it by the Attorney-General under this Constitution: provided that provision may be made by Act of Parliament for a lesser quorum in circumstances in which a Judge seized of an appeal dies or becomes unable to act at any time prior to judgment.

 

4.
The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court with regard to appeals shall be determined by Act of Parliament.

 


Article 80 - The High Court
1.
The High Court shall consist of a Judge-President and such additional Judges as the President, acting on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission, may determine.

 

2.
The High Court shall have original jurisdiction to hear and adjudicate upon all civil disputes and criminal prosecutions, including cases which involve the interpretation, implementation and upholding of this Constitution and the fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed there-under. The High Court shall also have jurisdiction to hear and adjudicate upon appeals from Lower Courts.

 

3.
The jurisdiction of the High Court with regard to appeals shall be determined by Act of Parliament.

 


Article 81 - Binding Nature of Decisions of the Supreme Court

A decision of the Supreme Court shall be binding on all other Courts of Namibia and all persons in Namibia unless it is reversed by the Supreme Court itself, or is contradicted by an Act of Parliament lawfully enacted.

 


Article 82 - Appointment of Judges
1.
All appointments of Judges to the Supreme Court and the High Court shall be made by the President on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission and upon appointment Judges shall make an oath or affirmation of office in the terms set out in Schedule 1 hereof.

 

2.
At the request of the Chief Justice the President may appoint Acting Judges of the Supreme Court to fill casual vacancies in the Court from time to time, or as ad hoc appointments to sit in cases involving constitutional issues or the guarantee of fundamental rights and freedoms, if in the opinion of the Chief Justice it is desirable that such persons should be appointed to hear such cases by reason of their special knowledge of or expertise in such matters.

 

3.
At the request of the Judge-President, the President may appoint Acting Judges of the High Court from time to time to fill casual vacancies in the Court, or to enable the Court to deal expeditiously with its work.

 

4.
All Judges, except Acting Judges, appointed under this Constitution shall hold office until the age of sixty-five (65) but the President shall be entitled to extend the retiring age of any Judge to seventy (70). It shall also be possible by Act of Parliament to make provision for retirement at ages higher than those specified in this Article.

 


Article - 83 Lower Courts
1.
Lower Courts shall be established by Act of Parliament and shall have the jurisdiction and adopt the procedures prescribed by such Act and regulations made there-under.

 

2.
Lower Courts shall be presided over by Magistrates or other judicial officers appointed in accordance with procedures prescribed by Act of Parliament.

 


Article - 84 Removal of Judges from Office
1.
A Judge may be removed from office before the expiry of his or her tenure only by the President acting on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission.

 

2.
Judges may only be removed from office on the ground of mental incapacity or for gross misconduct, and in accordance with the provisions of Sub-Article (3) hereof.

 

3.
The Judicial Service Commission shall investigate whether or not a Judge should be removed from office on such grounds, and if it decides that the Judge should be removed, it shall inform the President of its recommendation.

 

4.
If the deliberations of the Judicial Service Commission pursuant to this Article involve the conduct of a member of the Judicial Service Commission, such Judge shall not participate in the deliberations and the President shall appoint another Judge to fill such vacancy.

 

5.
While investigations are being carried out into the necessity of the removal of a Judge in terms of this Article, the President may, on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission and, pending the outcome of such investigations and recommendation, suspend the Judge from office.

 


Article 85 - The Judicial Service Commission
1.
There shall be a Judicial Service Commission consisting of the Chief Justice, a Judge appointed by the President, the Attorney-General and two members of the legal profession nominated in accordance with the provisions of an Act of Parliament by the professional organisation or organisations representing the interests of the legal profession in Namibia.
2.
The Judicial Service Commission shall perform such functions as are prescribed for it by this Constitution or any other law.
3.
The Judicial Service Commission shall be entitled to make such rules and regulations for the purposes of regulating its procedures and functions as are not inconsistent with this Constitution or any other law.

 

4.
Any casual vacancy in the Judicial Service Commission may be filled by the Chief Justice or in his or her absence by the Judge appointed by the President.

 


Article 86 - The Attorney-General
There shall be an Attorney-General appointed by the President in accordance with the provisions of Article 32(3)(i)(cc) hereof.

 


Article 87 - Powers and Functions of the Attorney-General
The powers and functions of the Attorney-General shall be:

 

(a)
to exercise the final responsibility for the office of the Prosecutor-General;

 

(b)
to be the principal legal adviser to the President and Government;

 

(c)
to take all action necessary for the protection and upholding of the Constitution;

 

(d)
to perform all such functions and duties as may be assigned to the Attorney-General by Act of Parliament.

 


Article 88 - The Prosecutor-General
1.
There shall be a Prosecutor-General appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission. No person shall be eligible for appointment as Prosecutor-General unless such person:

 

  (a)
possesses legal qualifications that would entitle him or her to practise in all the Courts of Namibia;
  (b)
is, by virtue of his or her experience, conscientiousness and integrity a fit and proper person to be entrusted with the responsibilities of the office of Prosecutor-General.

 

2.
The powers and functions of the Prosecutor-General shall be:

 

  (a)
to prosecute, subject to the provisions of this Constitution, in the name of the Republic of Namibia in criminal proceedings;

 

  (b)
to prosecute and defend appeals in criminal proceedings in the High Court and the Supreme Court;

 

  (c)
to perform all functions relating to the exercise of such powers;

 

  (d)
to delegate to other officials, subject to his or her control and direction, authority to conduct criminal proceedings in any Court;

 

  (e)

 

to perform all such other functions as may be assigned to him or her in terms of any other law.

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  CHAPTER 10     -  THE OMBUDSMAN

 

Article 89 - Establishment and Independence
1.
There shall be an Ombudsman, who shall have the powers and functions set out in this Constitution.

 

2.
The Ombudsman shall be independent and subject only to this Constitution and the law.

 

3.
No member of the Cabinet or the Legislature or any other person shall interfere with the Ombudsman in the exercise of his or her functions and all organs of the State shall accord such assistance as may be needed for the protection of the independence, dignity and effectiveness of the Ombudsman.

 

4.
The Ombudsman shall either be a Judge of Namibia, or a person possessing the legal qualifications which would entitle him or her to practise in all the Courts of Namibia.

 


Article 90 - Appointment and Term of Office
1.
The Ombudsman shall be appointed by Proclamation by the President on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission.

 

2.
The Ombudsman shall hold office until the age of sixty-five (65) but the President may extend the retiring age of any Ombudsman to seventy (70).

 


Article 91 - Functions
The functions of the Ombudsman shall be defined and prescribed by an Act of Parliament and shall include the following:

 

(a)
the duty to investigate complaints concerning alleged or apparent instances of violations of fundamental rights and freedoms, abuse of power, unfair, harsh, insensitive or discourteous treatment of an inhabitant of Namibia by an official in the employ of any organ of Government (whether central or local), manifest injustice, or corruption or conduct by such official which would properly be regarded as unlawful, oppressive or unfair in a democratic society;

 

(b)
the duty to investigate complaints concerning the functioning of the Public Service Commission, administrative organs of the State, the defence force, the police force and the prison service in so far as such complaints relate to the failure to achieve a balanced structuring of such services or equal access by all to the recruitment of such services or fair administration in relation to such services;

 

(c)
the duty to investigate complaints concerning the over-utilization of living natural resources, the irrational exploitation of non-renewable resources, the degradation and destruction of ecosystems and failure to protect the beauty and character of Namibia;

 

(d)
the duty to investigate complaints concerning practices and actions by persons, enterprises and other private institutions where such complaints allege that violations of fundamental rights and freedoms under this Constitution have taken place;

 

(e)
the duty and power to take appropriate action to call for the remedying, correction and reversal of instances specified in the preceding Sub-Articles through such means as are fair, proper and effective, including:

 

  (aa)
negotiation and compromise between the parties concerned;

 

  (bb)
causing the complaint and his or her finding thereon to be reported to the superior of an offending person;
  (cc)
referring the matter to the Prosecutor-General;

 

  (dd)
bringing proceedings in a competent Court for an interdict or some other suitable remedy to secure the termination of the offending action or conduct, or the abandonment or alteration of the offending procedures;

 

  (ee)
bringing proceedings to interdict the enforcement of such legislation or regulation by challenging its validity if the offending action or conduct is sought to be justified by subordinate legislation or regulation which is grossly unreasonable or otherwise ultra vires;

 

  (ff)
reviewing such laws as were in operation before the date of Independence in order to ascertain whether they violate the letter or the spirit of this Constitution and to make consequential recommendations to the President, the Cabinet or the Attorney-General for appropriate action following thereupon;

 

(f)
the duty to investigate vigorously all instances of alleged or suspected corruption and the misappropriation of public monies by officials and to take appropriate steps, including reports to the Prosecutor-General and the Auditor-General pursuant thereto;

 

(g)
the duty to report annually to the National Assembly on the exercise of his or her powers and functions.

 


Article 92 - Powers of Investigation
The powers of the Ombudsman shall be defined by Act of Parliament and shall include the power:

 

  (a)
to issue subpoenas requiring the attendance of any person before the Ombudsman and the production of any document or record relevant to any investigation by the Ombudsman;

 

  (b)
to cause any person contemptuous of any such subpoena to be prosecuted before a competent Court;

 

  (c)
to question any person;

 

  (d)
to require any person to cooperate with the Ombudsman and to disclose truthfully and frankly any information within his or her knowledge relevant to any investigation of the Ombudsman.

 


Article 93 - Meaning of "Official"
For the purposes of this Chapter the word "official" shall, unless the context otherwise indicates, include any elected or appointed official or employee of any organ of the central or local Government, any official of a para-statal enterprise owned or managed or controlled by the State, or in which the State or the Government has substantial interest, or any officer of the defence force, the police force or the prison service, but shall not include a Judge of the Supreme Court or the High Court or, in so far as a complaint concerns the performance of a judicial function, any other judicial officer.

 


Article 94 - Removal from Office
1.
The Ombudsman may be removed from office before the expiry of his or her term of office by the President acting on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission.

 

2.
The Ombudsman may only be removed from office on the ground of mental incapacity or for gross misconduct, and in accordance with the provisions of Sub-Article (3) hereof.

 

3.
The Judicial Service Commission shall investigate whether or not the Ombudsman shall be removed from office on the grounds referred to in Sub Article (2) hereof and, if it decides that the Ombudsman shall be removed, it shall inform the President of its recommendation.

 

4.
While investigations are being carried out into the necessity of the removal of the Ombudsman in terms of this Article, the President may, on the recommendation of the Judicial Service Commission and, pending the outcome of such investigations and recommendation, suspend the Ombudsman from office.

 

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  CHAPTER 11    - PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

Article 95 - Promotion of the Welfare of the People
The State shall actively promote and maintain the welfare of the people by adopting, inter-alia, policies aimed at the following:

 

(a)
enactment of legislation to ensure equality of opportunity for women, to enable them to participate fully in all spheres of Namibian society; in particular, the Government shall ensure the implementation of the principle of non-discrimination in remuneration of men and women; further, the Government shall seek, through appropriate legislation, to provide maternity and related benefits for women;

 

(b)
enactment of legislation to ensure that the health and strength of the workers, men and women, and the tender age of children are not abused and that citizens are not forced by economic necessity to enter vocations unsuited to their age and strength;

 

(c)
active encouragement of the formation of independent trade unions to protect workers' rights and interests, and to promote sound labour relations and fair employment practices;

 

(d)
membership of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and, where possible, adherence to and action in accordance with the international Conventions and Recommendations of the ILO;

 

(e)
ensurance that every citizen has a right to fair and reasonable access to public facilities and services in accordance with the law;

 

(f)
ensurance that senior citizens are entitled to and do receive a regular pension adequate for the maintenance of a decent standard of living and the enjoyment of social and cultural opportunities;

 

(g)
enactment of legislation to ensure that the unemployed, the incapacitated, the indigent and the disadvantaged are accorded such social benefits and amenities as are determined by Parliament to be just and affordable with due regard to the resources of the State;

 

(h)
a legal system seeking to promote justice on the basis of equal opportunity by providing free legal aid in defined cases with due regard to the resources of the State;

 

(i)
ensurance that workers are paid a living wage adequate for the maintenance of a decent standard of living and the enjoyment of social and cultural opportunities;

 

(j)
consistent planning to raise and maintain an acceptable level of nutrition and standard of living of the Namibian people and to improve public health;

 

(k)
encouragement of the mass of the population through education and other activities and through their organisations to influence Government policy by debating its decisions;

 

(I)
maintenance of ecosystems, essential ecological processes and biological diversity of Namibia and utilization of living natural resources on a sustainable basis for the benefit of all Namibians, both present and future; in particular, the Government shall provide measures against the dumping or recycling of foreign nuclear and toxic waste on Namibian territory.

 


Article 96 - Foreign Relations
The State shall endeavour to ensure that in its international relations it:

 

(a)
adopts and maintains a policy of non-alignment;

 

(b)
promotes international co-operation, peace and security;

 

(c)
creates and maintains just and mutually beneficial relations among nations;

 

(d)
fosters respect for international law and treaty obligations;

 

(e)
encourages the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means.

 

Article 97 - Asylum
The State shall, where it is reasonable to do so, grant asylum to persons who reasonably fear persecution on the ground of their political beliefs, race, religion or membership of a particular social group.

 


Article 98 - Principles of Economic Order
1.
The economic order of Namibia shall be based on the principles of a mixed economy with the objective of securing economic growth, prosperity and a life of human dignity for all Namibians.

 

2.
The Namibian economy shall be based, inter alia, on the following forms of ownership:

 

  (a)
public;

 

  (b)
private;

 

  (c)
joint public-private;

 

  (d)
cc-operative;

 

  (e)
co-ownership;

 

  (f)
small-scale family.

 


Article 99 - Foreign Investments
Foreign investments shall be encouraged within Namibia subject to the provisions of an Investment Code to be adopted by Parliament.

 


Article 100 - Sovereign Ownership of Natural Resources
Land, water and natural resources below and above the surface of the land and in the continental shelf and within the territorial waters and the exclusive economic zone of Namibia shall belong to the State if they are not otherwise lawfully owned.

 


Article 101 - Application of the Principles contained in this Chapter

The principles of state policy contained in this Chapter shall not of and by themselves be legally enforceable by any Court, but shall nevertheless guide the Government in making and applying laws to give effect to the fundamental objectives of the said principles. The Courts are entitled to have regard to the said principles in interpreting any laws based on them.

 


 Chapters 9 - 10 - 11  |   Chapters 12 - 19

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   Complete Table of Contents of the Constitution of the Republic of Namibia: 

 

CHAPTER 1  THE REPUBLIC

Article   1   Establishment of the Republic of Namibia and identification of its Territory

Article   2   National Symbols

Article   3   Language

 

CHAPTER 2  CITIZENSHIP

Article   4   Acquisition and loss of Citizenship

 

CHAPTER 3   FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS

Article   5   Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms

Article   6   Protection of Life

Article   7   Protection of Liberty

Article   8   Respect of Human Rights

Article   9   Slavery and Forced Labour

Article 10   Equality and Freedom from Discrimination

Article 11   Arrest and Detention

Article 12   Fair Trial

Article 13  Privacy

Article 14  Family

Article 15  Children's Rights

Article 16  Property

Article 17  Political Activity

Article 18  Administrative Justice

Article 19  Culture

Article 20  Education

Article 21  Fundamental Freedoms

Article 22  Limitation Upon Fundamental Rights and Freedoms

Article 23  Apartheid and Affirmative Action

Article 24  Derogation

Article 25  Enforcement of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms

 

CHAPTER 4  PUBLIC EMERGENCY, STATE OF NATIONAL DEFENCE AND MARTIAL LAW

Article 26  State of Emergency, State of National Defence and Martial Law

 

CHAPTER 5  THE PRESIDENT

Article 27   Head of State and Government

Article 28  Election

Article 29  Term of Office

Article 30  Oath of Affirmation

Article 31  Immunity from Civil and Criminal Proceedings

Article 32  Functions, Powers and Duties

Article 33  Remuneration

Article 34  Succession

 

CHAPTER 6  THE CABINET

Article 35  Composition

Article 36  Functions of the Prime Minister

Article 37  Deputy-Minister

Article 38  Oath of Affirmation

Article 39  Vote of No Confidence

Article 40  Duties and Functions

Article 41  Ministerial Accountability

Article 42  Outside Employment

Article 43  Secretary to the Cabinet

 

CHAPTER 7   THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

Article 44  Legislative Power

Article 45  Representative Nature

Article 46  Composition

Article 47  Disqualification

Article 48  Vacation of Seats

Article 49  Elections

Article 50  Duration

Article 51  Speaker

Article 52  Secretary and other Officers

Article 53  Quorum

Article 54  Casting Vote

Article 55  Oath or Affirmation

Article 55  Assent to Bills

Article 57  Dissolution

Article 58  Conduct of Business after Dissolution

Article 59  Rules of Procedure, Committees and Standing Orders     

Article 60  Duties, Privileges and Immunities of Members

Article 61  Public Access to Sitting

Article 62  Sessions

Article 63  Functions and Powers

Article 64  Withholding of Presidential Assent

Article 65  Signature and Enrolment of Acts

Article 66  Customary and Common Law

Article 67  Requisite Majorities

 

CHAPTER 8   THE NATIONAL COUNCIL

Article 68  Establishment

Article 69  Composition

Article 70  Term of Office of Members

Article 71  Oath or Affirmation

Article 72  Qualifications of Members

Article 73  Chairperson and Vice Chairperson

Article 74  Powers and Function

Article 75  Review of Legislation

Article 76  Quorum

Article 77  Voting

 

CHAPTER 9  THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

Article 78  The Judiciary

Article 79  The Supreme Court

Article 80  The High Court

Article 81  Binding Nature of Decisions of the Supreme Court

Article 82  Appointment of Judges

Article 83  Lower Courts

Article 84  Removal of Judges from Office

Article 85  The Judicial Service Commission

Article 86  Attorney-General

Article 87  Powers and Functions of the Attorney-General

Article 88  The Prosecutor-General

 

CHAPTER 10  THE OMBUDSMAN

Article 89  Establishment and Independence

Article 90  Appointment and Term of Office

Article 91  Functions

Article 92  Powers of Investigation

Article 93  Meaning of Official

Article 94  Removal from Office

 

CHAPTER 11   PRINCIPLES OF STATE POLICY

Article 95   Promotion of the Welfare of the People

Article 96   Foreign Relations

Article 97   Asylum

Article 98   Principles of Economic Order

Article 99    Foreign Investments

Article 100  Sovereign Ownership of Natural Resources

Article 101  Application of the Principle contained in this Chapter

 

CHAPTER 12  REGIONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Article 102  Structures of Regional and Local Government

Article 103  Establishment of Regional Councils

Article 104  The Delimitation Commission

Article 105  Composition of Regional Councils

Article 106  Regional Council Elections

Article 107  Remuneration of Members of Regional Councils

Article 108  Power of Regional Councils

Article 109  Management Committees

Article 110  Administration and Functioning of Regional Councils

Article 111  Local Authorities

 

CHAPTER 13  THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION 

Article 112  Establishment

Article 113  Functions

 

CHAPTER 14  THE SECURITY COMMISSION 

Article 114  Establishment and Functions

 

CHAPTER 15  THE POLICE AND DEFENCE FORCES AND THE PRISON SERVICE

Article 115  Establishment of the Police Force

Article 116  The Inspector-General of Police

Article 117  Removal of the Inspector-General of Police

Article 118  Establishment of the Defence Force

Article 119  Chief of the Defence Force

Article 120  Removal of the Chief of the Defence Force

Article 121  Establishment of the Prisons

Article 122  Commissioner of Prisons

Article 123  Removal of Commissioner of Prisons

 

CHAPTER 16    FINANCE

Article 124  Transfer of Government Assets

Article 125  The State Revenue Fund

Article 126  Appropriations

Article 127  The Auditor-General

 

CHAPTER 17    CENTRAL BANK AND NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

Article 128  The Central Bank

Article 129  The National Planning Constitution

 

CHAPTER18     COMING INTO FORCE OF THE CONSTITUTION

Article 130  Coming into Force of the Constitution

 

CHAPTER 19  AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

Article 131  Entrenchment of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms

Article 132  Repeal and Amendment of the Constitution

 

CHAPTER 20  THE LAW IN FORCE AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS

Article 133  The First National Assembly

Article 134  Election of the First President

Article 135  Implementation of this Constitution

Article 136  Powers of the National Assembly prior to the  Election of a National Council

Article 137  Elections of the First Regional Councils and the First National Council

Article 138  Courts and Pending Actions

Article 139  The Judicial Service Commission

Article 140  The Law in force at the Date of Independence

Article 141  Existing Appointments

Article 142  Appointment of the First Chief of the Defence Force, the First Inspector-General of Police and the First

                 Commissioner of Prisons.

Article 143  Existing International Agreements

 

CHAPTER 21    FINAL PROVISIONS

Article 144  International Law

Article 145  Saving

Article 146   Definitions

Article 147  Repeal of Law

Article148   Short Title

 

SCHEDULE 1    OATH / AFFIRMATION OF JUDGES

SCHEDULE 2    OATH / AFFIRMATION OF MINISTER AND DEPUTY-MINISTERS

SCHEDULE 3    OATH / AFFIRMATION OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND THE NATIONAL COUNCIL

SCHEDULE 4    ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

SCHEDULE 5    PROPERTY VESTING IN THE GOVERNMENT OF NAMIBIA

SCHEDULE 6    THE NATIONAL FLAG OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA

SCHEDULE 7    IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS CONSTITUTION

SCHEDULE 8    REPEAL OF LAWS

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