Nouveau Recueil General de Traites Et Autres Actes Relatifs Aux Rapports de Droit International; Continuation Du Grand Recueil de G. Fr. de Martens

Nouveau Recueil General de Traites Et Autres Actes Relatifs Aux Rapports de Droit International; Continuation Du Grand Recueil de G. Fr. de Martens

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ... February 28, 1893. In accordance with the instructions conveyed to me in your Lordship's Circular despatch of the 14th instant, I have the honour to forward the accompanying Returns, showing the majorities required in the Legislature of the Grand Duchy of Baden and of the Grand Duchy of Hesse for any changes in the Constitution of those States. I have, &c. (Signed) George W. Buchanan. Inclosure 1 in No. 3. Return of the Majority required in the Legislature of the Grand Duchy of Baden for a Revision of the Constitution. No proposal for the revision of the Constitution can be brought before either House of the Legislature unless there are at least threefourths of its Members present, and no Constitutional revision can be carried without the consent of a majority of the Members taking part in the division in each of the two Houses. Thus in the Second Chamber, which is composed of sixty-five Members, the presence of at least forty-eight Members is required for the discussion of a question of Constitutional revision, and the consent of at least thirtytwo Members is necessary before the proposed change in the Constitution can be adopted. The number of the Members of the First Chamber varies between thirty and forty. Inclosure 2 in No. 3. Return of the Majority required in the Legislature of the Grand Duchy of Hesse for a Revision of the Constitution.' The assent of both Houses of the Legislature in necessary for any revision of the Constitution. In the Second Chamber, whish is composed of fifty Members, there must be at least 26 votes recorded in favour of any such change, and in the First Chamber, of which the numbers vary from thirty to thirty-six, the assent of at least twelve Members is required. When, however, the number of those...show more

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  • Paperback | 312 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 558g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236871251
  • 9781236871251