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Namibia Constitution of the Republic of Namibia Chapters 12 - 19
   

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  COMPLETE TABLE OF CONTENTS:

 

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

 


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  Namibia Constitution of the Republic of Namibia

   CHAPTER 12    REGIONAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

  Article 102 - Structures of Regional and Local Government
(1)
For purposes of regional and local government, Namibia shall be divided into regional and local units, which shall consist of such region and Local Authorities as may be determined and defined by Act of Parliament.

 

(2)
The delineation of the boundaries of the regions and Local Authorities referred to in Sub-Article (1) hereof shall be geographical only, without any reference to the race, colour or ethnic origin of the inhabitants of such areas.

 

(3)
Every organ of regional and local government shall have a Council as the principal governing body, freely elected in accordance with this Constitution and the Act of Parliament referred to in Sub-Article (1) hereof, with an executive and administration which shall carry out all lawful resolutions and policies of such Council, subject to this Constitution and any other relevant laws.

 

(4)
For the purposes of this Chapter, a Local Authority shall include all municipalities, communities, village councils and other organs of local government defined and constituted by Act of Parliament.

 

(5)
There shall be a Council of Traditional Leaders to be established in terms of an Act of Parliament in order to advise the President on the control and utilization of communal land and on all such other matters as may be referred to it by the President for advice.

 


  Article 103 - Establishment of Regional Councils

(1)
The boundaries of regions shall be determined by a Delimitation Commission in accordance with the principles set out in Article 102 (2) hereof.

 

(2)
The boundaries of regions may be changed from time to time and new regions may be created from time to time, but only in accordance with the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission.

 

(3)
A Regional Council shall be established for every region the boundaries of which have been determined in accordance with Sub-Articles (1) and (2) hereof.

 


  Article 104 - The Delimitation Commission

(1)
The Delimitation Commission shall consist of a Chairperson who shall be a Judge of the Supreme Court or the High Court, and two other persons to be appointed by the President with the approval of Parliament.

 

(2)
The Delimitation Commission shall discharge its duties in accordance with the provisions of an Act of Parliament and this Constitution, and shall report thereon to the President.

 


 Article 105 - Composition of Regional Councils
Every Regional Council shall consist of a number of persons determined by the Delimitation Commission for the particular region for which that Regional Council has been established, and who are qualified to be elected to the National Council.

 


  Article 106 - Regional Council Elections
(1)
Each region shall be divided into constituencies the boundaries of which shall be fixed by the Delimitation Commission in accordance with the provisions of an Act of Parliament and this Constitution: provided that there shall be no fewer than six (6) and no more than twelve (12) constituencies in each region.

 

(2)
Each constituency shall elect one member to the Regional Council for the region in which it is situated.

 

(3)
The elections shall be by secret ballot to be conducted in accordance with the provisions of an Act of Parliament, and the candidate receiving the most votes in any constituency shall be the elected member of the Regional Council for that constituency.

 

(4)
All Regional Council elections for the various regions of Namibia shall be held on the same day.

 

(5)
The date for Regional Council elections shall be determined by the President by Proclamation in the Gazette.

 


   Article 107 - Remuneration of Members of Regional Councils
The remuneration and allowances to be paid to members of Regional Councils shall be determined by Act of Parliament.

   Article 108 - Powers of Regional Councils

Regional Councils shall have the following powers:
(a)
to elect members to the National Council;

 

(b)
to exercise within the region for which they have been constituted such executive powers and to perform such duties in connection therewith as may be assigned to them by Act of Parliament and as may be delegated to them by the President;

 

(c)
to raise revenue, or share in the revenue raised by the central Government within the regions for which they have been established, as may be determined by Act of Parliament;

 

(d)
to exercise powers, perform any other functions and make such by-laws or regulations as may be determined by Act of Parliament.

 


  Article 109 - Management Committees

(1)
Each Regional Council shall elect from amongst its members a Management Committee, which shall be vested with executive powers in accordance with the provisions of an Act of Parliament.

 

(2)
The Management Committee shall have a Chairperson to be elected by the members of the Regional Council at the time that they elect the Management Committee, and such Chairperson shall preside at meetings of his or her Regional Council.

 

(3)
The Chairperson and the members of the Management Committee shall hold office for three (3) years and shall be eligible for re-election.

 


  Article 110 - Administration and Functioning of Regional Councils

The holding and conducting of meetings of Regional Councils, the filling of casual vacancies on Regional Councils and the employment of officials by the Regional Councils, as well as all other matters dealing with or incidental to the administration and functioning of Regional Councils, shall be determined by Act of Parliament.

 


  Article 111 - Local Authorities

(1)
Local Authorities shall be established in accordance with the provisions of Article 102 hereof.

 

(2)
The boundaries of Local Authorities, the election of Councils to administer the affairs of Local Authorities, the method of electing persons to Local Authority Councils, the methods of raising revenue for Local Authorities, the remuneration of Local Authority Councillors and all other matters dealing with or incidental to the administration and functioning of Local Authorities, shall be determined by Act of Parliament.

 

(3)
Persons shall be qualified to vote in elections for Local Authority Councils if such persons have been resident within the jurisdiction of a Local Authority for not less than one (1) year immediately prior to such election and if such persons are qualified to vote in elections for the National Assembly.

 

(4)
Different provisions may be made by the Act of Parliament referred to in Sub-Article (2) hereof in regard to different types of Local Authorities.

 

(5)
All by-laws or regulations made by Local Authorities pursuant to powers vested in them by Act of Parliament shall be tabled in the National Assembly and shall cease to be of force if a resolution to that effect is passed by the National Assembly.

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   CHAPTER 13    THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

  Article 112 - Establishment
(1)
There shall be established a Public Service Commission which shall have the function of advising the President on the matters referred to in Article 113 hereof and of reporting to the National Assembly thereon.

 

(2)
The Public Service Commission shall be independent and act impartially.

 

(3)
The Public Service Commission shall consist of a Chairperson and no fewer than three (3) and no more than six (6) other persons nominated by the President and appointed by the National Assembly by resolution.

 

(4)
Every member of the Public Service Commission shall be entitled to serve on such Commission for a period of five (5) years unless lawfully removed before the expiry of that period for good and sufficient reasons in terms of this Constitution and procedures to be prescribed by Act of Parliament. Every member of the Public Service Commission shall be eligible for reappointment.

 


  Article 113 - Functions
The functions of the Public Service Commission shall be defined by Act of Parliament and shall include the power:

 

(a)
to advise the President and the Government or:

 

  (aa)
the appointment of suitable persons to specified categories of employment in the public service, with special regard to the balanced structuring thereof;

 

  (bb)
the exercise of adequate disciplinary control over such persons in order to assure the fair administration of personnel policy;

 

  (cc)
the remuneration and the retirement benefits of any such persons;

 

  (dd)
all other matters which by law pertain to the public service;

 

(b)
to perform all functions assigned to it by Act of Parliament;

 

(c)
to advise the President on the identity, availability and suitability of persons to be appointed by the President to offices in terms of this Constitution or any other law.

 


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   CHAPTER 14   THE SECURITY COMMISSION


  Article 114 - Establishment and Functions
1.
There shall be a Security Commission which shall have the function of making recommendations to the President on the appointment of the Chief of the Defence Force, the Inspector-General of Police and the Commissioner of Prisons and such other functions as may be assigned to it by Act of Parliament.

 

2.
The Security Commission shall consist of the Chairperson of the Public Service Commission, the Chief of the Defence Force, the Inspector-General of Police, the Commissioner of Prisons and two (2) members of the National Assembly. appointed by the President on the recommendation of the National Assembly.

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   CHAPTER 15   THE POLICE AND DEFENCE FORCES AND THE PRISON SERVICE

  Article 115 - Establishment of the Police Force
There shall be established by Act of Parliament a Namibian police force with prescribed powers, duties and procedures in order to secure the internal security of Namibia and to maintain law and order.

 


  Article 116 - The Inspector-General of Police
(1)
There shall be an Inspector-General of Police who shall be appointed by the President in terms of Article 32 (4)(c)(bb) hereof.

 

(2)
The Inspector-General of Police shall make provision for a balanced structuring of the police force and shall have the power to make suitable appointments to the police force, to cause charges of indiscipline among members of the police force to be investigated and prosecuted and to ensure the efficient administration of the police force.

 


  Article 117 - Removal of the Inspector-General of Police
The President may remove the inspector-General of Police from office for good cause and in the public interest and in accordance with the provisions of any Act of Parliament which may prescribe procedures considered to be expedient for this purpose.

 


  Article 118 - Establishment of the Defence Force
(1)
There shall be established by Act of Parliament a Namibian Defence Force with prescribed composition, powers, duties and procedures, in order to defend the territory and national interests of Namibia.

 

(2)
The President shall be the Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Force and shall have all the powers and exercise all the functions necessary for that purpose.

 


  Article 119 - Chief of the Defence Force
(1)
There shall be a Chief of the Defence Force who shall be appointed by the President in terms of Article 32(4)(c)(aa) hereof.

 

(2)
The Chief of the Defence Force shall make provision for a balanced structuring of the defence force and shall have the power to make suitable appointments to the defence force, to cause charges of indiscipline among members of the defence force to be investigated and prosecuted and to ensure the efficient administration of the defence force.

 


  Article 120 - Removal of the Chief of the Defence Force
The President may remove the Chief of the Defence Force from office for good cause and in the public interest and in accordance with the provisions of any Act of Parliament which may prescribe procedures considered to be expedient for this purpose.

 


  Article 121 - Establishment of the Prison Service
There shall be established by Act of Parliament a Namibian prison service with prescribed powers, duties and procedures.

 


  Article 122 - Commissioner of Prisons
(1)
There shall be a Commissioner of Prisons who shall be appointed by the President in terms of Article 32(4)(c)(cc) hereof.

 

(2)
The Commissioner of Prisons shall make provision for a balanced structuring of the prison service and shall have the power to make suitable appointments to the prison service, to cause charges of indiscipline among members of the prison service to be investigated and prosecuted and to ensure the efficient administration of the prison service.

 


  Article 123 - Removal of the Commissioner of Prisons
The President may remove the Commissioner of Prisons from office for good cause and in the public interest and in accordance with the provisions of any Act of Parliament which may prescribe procedures considered to be expedient for this purpose.

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   CHAPTER 16   FINANCE

  Article 124 - Transfer of Government Assets

  The assets mentioned in Schedule 5 hereof shall vest in the Government of Namibia on the date of Independence.

 


  Article 125 - The State Revenue Fund

(1)

The Central Revenue Fund of the mandated territory of South West Africa instituted in terms of Section 3 of the Exchequer and Audit Proclamation, 1979 (Proclamation 85 of 1979) and Section 31(1) of Proclamation R101 of 1985 shall continue as the State Revenue Fund of the Republic of Namibia.

 

(2)

All income accruing to the central Government shall be deposited in the State Revenue Fund and the authority to dispose thereof shall vest in the Government of Namibia.

 

(3)

Nothing contained in Sub-Article (2) hereof shall preclude the enactment of any law or the application of any law which provides that:

 

  (a)

the Government shall pay any particular monies accruing to it into a fund designated for a special purpose; or  

 

  (b)

any body or institution to which any monies accruing to the State have been paid, may retain such monies or portions thereof for the purpose of defraying the expenses of such body or institution; or  

 

  (c)

where necessary, subsidies be allocated to regional and Local Authorities.

 

(4)

No money shall be withdrawn from the State Revenue Fund except in accordance with an Act of Parliament.

 

(5)

No body or person other than the Government shall have the power to withdraw monies from the State Revenue Fund.

 


Article 126 - Appropriations

(1)

The Minister in charge of the Department of Finance shall, at least once every year and thereafter at such interim stages as may be necessary, present for the consideration of the National Assembly estimates of revenue, expenditure and income for the prospective financial year.

 

(2)

The National Assembly shall consider such estimates and pass pursuant thereto such Appropriation Acts as are in its opinion necessary to meet the financial requirements of the State from time to time.

 


Article 127 - The Auditor-General

(1)

There shall be an Auditor-General appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Public Service Commission and with the approval of the National Assembly. The Auditor-General shall hold office for five (5) years unless removed earlier under Sub-Article (4) hereof or unless he or she resigns. The Auditor-General shall be eligible for reappointment.

 

(2)

The Auditor-General shall audit the State Revenue Fund and shall perform all other functions assigned to him or her by the Government or by Act of Parliament and shall report annually to the National Assembly thereon.

 

(3)

The Auditor-General shall not be a member of the public service. (4) The Auditor-General shall not be removed from office unless a two-thirds majority of all the members of the National Assembly vote for such removal on the ground of mental incapacity or gross misconduct.

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   CHAPTER 17   CENTRAL BANK AND NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION

  Article 128 - The Central Bank
1.
There shall be established by Act of Parliament a Central Bank of the Republic of Namibia which shall serve as the State's principal instrument to control the money supply, the currency and the institutions of finance, and to perform all other functions ordinarily performed by a central bank.

 

2.
The Governing Board of the Central Bank shall consist of a Governor, a Deputy-Governor and such other members of the Board as shall be prescribed by Act of Parliament, and all members of the Board shall be appointed by the President in accordance with procedures prescribed by such Act of Parliament.

 


  Article 129 - The National Planning Commission
1.
There shall be established in the office of the President a National Planning Commission, whose task shall be to plan the priorities and direction of national development.

 

2.
There shall be a Director-General of Planning appointed by the President in terms of Article 32(3)(i)(dd) hereof, who shall be the head of the National Planning Commission and the principal adviser to the President in regard to all matters pertaining to economic planning and who shall attend Cabinet meetings at the request of the President.

 

3.
The membership, powers, functions and personnel of the National Planning Commission shall be regulated by Act of Parliament.

 


  Namibia Constitution of the Republic of Namibia

   CHAPTER 18    COMING INTO FORCE OF THE CONSTITUTION

  Article 130 - Coming into Force of the Constitution
This Constitution as adopted by the Constituent Assembly shall come into force on the date of Independence.

 


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   CHAPTER 19   AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION

  Article 131 - Entrenchment of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms
No repeal or amendment of any of the provisions of Chapter 3 hereof, in so far as such repeal or amendment diminishes or detracts from the fundamental rights and freedoms contained and defined in that Chapter, shall be permissible under this Constitution, and no such purported repeal or amendment shall be valid or have any force or effect.

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  Article 132 - Repeal and Amendment of the Constitution
(1)
Any bill seeking to repeal or amend any provision of this Constitution shall indicate the proposed repeals and/or amendments with reference to the specific Articles sought to be repealed and/or amended and shall not deal with any matter other than the proposed repeals or amendments.

 

(2)
The majorities required in Parliament for the repeal and/or amendment of any of the provisions of this Constitution shall be:

 

  (a)
two-thirds of all the members of the National Assembly; and

 

  (b)
two-thirds of all the members of the National Council.

 

(3) (a)
Notwithstanding the provisions of Sub-Article (2) hereof, if a bill proposing a repeal and/or amendment of any of the provisions of this Constitution secures a majority of two-thirds of all the members of the National Assembly, but fails to secure a majority of two-thirds of all the members of the National Council, the President may by Proclamation make the bill containing the proposed repeals and/or amendments the subject of a national referendum.

 

  (b)
The national referendum referred to in Sub-Article (a) hereof shall be conducted in accordance with procedures prescribed for the holding of referenda by Act of Parliament.

 

  (c)
If upon the holding of such a referendum the bill containing the proposed repeals and/or amendments is approved by a two-thirds majority of all the votes cast in the referendum, the bill shall be deemed to have been passed in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution, and the President shall deal with it in terms of Article 56 hereof.

 

(4)
No repeal or amendment of this Sub-Article or Sub-Articles (2) or (3) hereof in so far as it seeks to diminish or detract from the majorities required in Parliament or in a referendum shall be permissible under this Constitution, and no such purported repeal or amendment shall be valid or have any force or effect.

 

(5)

Nothing contained in this Article:

 

  (a)
shall detract in any way from the entrenchment provided for in Article 131 hereof of the fundamental rights and freedoms contained and defined in Chapter 3 hereof;

 

  (b)
shall prevent Parliament from changing its own composition or structures by amending or repealing any of the provisions of this Constitution: provided always that such repeals or amendments are effected in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution.

 


 Chapters 12 - 19   |  Chapters 20 - 21 + Schedules 

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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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