The constitution of the republic of mauritius is the supreme law of mauritius, according to chapter i, section 2 of the constitution, if any other law is inconsistent. Mauritius is a constitutional parliamentary democracy of approximately 13 the constitution and law prohibit such practices however, there continued to be. The constitution guarantees to the citizen his fundamental rights: right to liberty and protection of the law, freedom of conscience, freedom of association,.
This constitution is the supreme law of mauritius and if any other law is constitution, that other law shall, to the extent of the inconsistency, be void chapter ii . (amendment) act 1995 no_23 2 interpretation in this act – constitution means the constitution of mauritius 8 section 24 of the constitution amended. To amend the ports act enacted by the parliament of mauritius, as follows - 1 short title this act may be cited as the ports (amendment).
A constitution, which is an established principle and stipulated procedures by which a government operates is not a mere document that can. University of miami international and comparative law review 10-1-2010 mauritius: an example of the role of constitutions in development adam aft. Age is not a protected ground within the constitution of mauritius, but legal protection in relation to age discrimination can be found in the. The national human rights commission of mauritius (nhrc) deals with human rights guaranteed by the constitution of mauritius and was established by the. Citizens of mauritius should know that their freedom and fundamental rights are protected by the constitution of mauritius but what is included.
We are celebrating the 295 years of the constitutional development of mauritius. Government name: republic of mauritius constitution: adopted: 1968 defines mauritius as a sovereign democratic state and guarantees fundamental rights to . Where any question as to the interpretation of this constitution arises in any court of law established for mauritius (other than the court of appeal, the supreme.
Although the island nation of mauritius is characterised by political and economic the constitution of mauritius clearly prohibits forced labour and slavery. “article 1 of the constitution of mauritius is there to remind us that all are born equal before the law,” valayden said “homophobia is a serious. 1984', of port louis, practising in mauritius and whose office is situated at constitution of the abovenamed public company drawn up before me, dated. The constitution of mauritius provides for separation of powers through the three organs available to the state: the legislature, the executive and the judiciary. 6 days ago mauritius became independent on march 12, 1968 under the constitution adopted that year, the country was a constitutional monarchy with the.
Mauritius is a democratic republic with a parliamentary system and a non- executive the constitution establishes the separation of the powers between the. In the constitution of mauritius it is provided under section 12 where it states that: “(1) except with his own consent, no person shall be hindered in the enjoyment. Maurittius constitution in the president and the vice-president of the who shall be the head of state and commander-in-chief of the republic of mauritius.
The dutch who settled in the island in 1598 named it mauritius after prince maurice of nassau the mauritian constitution is based on the westminister model. Government has given its approval to the introduction of the constitution ( amendment no 3) bill and the prosecution commission bill in the.
Peculiar features of the independence constitution i background mauritius is small, remote and overpopulated its economy is seriously. The constitutional review is regarded as a fundamentally significant link in the new (british) commonwealth model (mauritius) cannot be classified either. The republic of mauritius 11 b: the constitutional history of the chagos archipelago/ british indian. Mauritius' statute law on companies is contained in the companies act should a company choose to adopt a constitution post-incorporation,.