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Constitution of the Republic of Djibouti: September 4, 1992 (as Amended to April 21, 2010) (Djibouti [dj])

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In the name of the Almighty God! The Djiboutian people solemnly proclaim their attachment to the principles of Democracy and Human Rights as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights whose provisions shall be an integral part of this Constitution. They affirm their determination to establish a state based on the rule of law and multi-party democracy which guarantees the full enjoyment of individual and collective rights and liberties as well as the harmonious development of the nation. They affirm...
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