Constitution of the republic of guinea-bissau adopted in 1984
Article 119 Tribunals are organs of sovereignty with competence to administer justice on behalf of the people. Article 120
Tribunals are organs of sovereignty with competence to administer justice on behalf of the people.
The Supreme Court of Justice is the supreme judicial instance of the Republic. The Superior Council of the Magistrate nominates its judges.
Judges of the Supreme Court of Justice are sworn in by the President of the Republic.
It is incumbent upon the Supreme Court of Justice and tribunals instituted by law to exercise the jurisdictional function.
In the exercise of
their jurisdictional function
, tribunals are independent and only subjected to the law.
The National Popular Assembly can revise the present Constitution at any time.
The initiative of Constitutional revision falls within the competence of the deputies.
ihl-nat.nsf -> Constitution of the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
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