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Provisional constitution

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A provisional constitution, interim constitution or transitional constitution is a constitution intended to serve during a transitional period until a permanent constitution is adopted. The following countries currently have, or have had in the past, such a constitution.

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Currently in force

  • Libya — Libyan interim Constitutional Declaration (since 3 August
  • South Sudan — Transitional Constitution of South Sudan (since 9 July 2011)
  • Rojava - Constitution of Rojava
  • In the past

  • Republic of China — Provisional Constitution of the Republic of China (from 11 March 1912 to 1 June 1931)
  • Egypt — 2011 Provisional Constitution of Egypt (from 30 March 2011 to 26 December 2012)
  • Islamic Republic of Pakistan Interim Constitution Government of India Act (August 1947 to March 11)
  • Confederate States — Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States (from 8 February 1861 to 22 February 1862)
  • Iraq — Law of Administration for the State of Iraq for the Transitional Period (from 28 June 2004 to 15 October 2005)
  • Indonesia — Provisional Constitution of 1950 (from 17 August 1950 to 5 July 1959)
  • Ireland — Dáil Constitution (from 21 January 1919 to 6 December 1922)
  • South Africa — Interim Constitution of South Africa (from 27 April 1994 to 4 February 1997)
  • Tanzania — Interim Constitution of Tanzania (from 1964 to 1977)
  • Thailand — 2006 Interim Constitution of Thailand (from 1 October 2006 to 19 August 2007)
  • Nepal — The Interim Constitution of Nepal (from 2007- 20 September 2015)
  • References

    Provisional constitution Wikipedia


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