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  1. Oman - Droit constitutionnel - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Royal Decree 86/97 On the Formation of the Council of Oman. - Decree on-line in English

    Adoption: 1997-12-16 | OMN-1997-R-83508

    Establishes the Council of Oman in order to encourage participation in view in a way that leads to the exploitation of the expertise of scholars and specialists and contribute to the implementation of the comprehensive development strategy and serve the public interest. Royal Decree No. 94/91 and 98/91 are repealed as are any other laws and regulations that may contradict with this Decree or its provisions. Also contains in the Annex the The Rules of Establishment of the State Council and Majlis A'Shura.

  2. Oman - Droit constitutionnel - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Royal Decree 88/97 Internal Regulations of Majlis A'shura and its amendments. - Decree on-line in English

    Adoption: 1997-12-16 | OMN-1997-R-83510

    Provides for the internal rules for the Majlis A'shura including its formation, membership, duties, powers and responsibilities. Repeals Royal Decree No. 97/91.

  3. Oman - Droit constitutionnel - Constitution

    Basic Statute of the State (Sultani Decree No. 101 of 1996). - The Basic Law (in English) Basic Law in English

    Adoption: 1996-11-06 | OMN-1996-C-47392

    Chapter I: State and System of Government. The basis for law shall be Islamic Sharia and the system of government shall be a sultanate. Chapter II: the Principles Guiding the State's Policy. There shall be a free economy, and the state shall provide for assistance in case of sicknees, old age or disability. Chapter III: Public Rights and Duties. Prohibits discrimination on the ground of gender, origin, colour, language, religion, and social status. Guarantees personal freedom, freedom from torture, freedom of expression, association and religion within the limits of the law. Prohibits forming of societies which are "adverse to the order of society." Chapter IV: Head of State, Council of Ministers, Prime Minister Chapter V: Oman Council Chapter VI: The Judiciary Chapter VII: General Provisions.

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