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* Constitution of 1946 – in October, 1945, with the II World War over, a civil-military coup ousted dictatorial Getúlio Vargas, an Assembly wrote a democratic constitution.
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Constitution and 1946
The 1946 Constitution already cited the creation of just one Ministry, that resulted in the institution of the E. M. F. A, at the time called General staff.
After World War II, the French Constitution of 1946 inaugurated the first of a series of reforms that led eventually to complete independence for all French territories in western and equatorial Africa.
* 1946 – The Constituent Assembly of India meets for the first time to write the Constitution of India.
Sir John Northcott, the first Australian-born person appointed as Governor ( 1946 – 1957 ). The governor is required by the Constitution Act, 1902.
The Constitution of the International Refugee Organization, adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on December 15, 1946, specified the agency's field of operations.
In 1946 he was nominated vice-president of the Democrazia Cristiana and elected member of the Constitutional Assembly, where he took part in the work to redact the Italian Constitution.
Section 51 ( xxiiiA ) of the Commonwealth Constitution was inserted following the successful referendum of 1946.
Pursuing the regular amending procedure of the " Meiji Constitution ", it was entirely revised to become the " Postwar Constitution " on 3 November 1946.
The Matsumoto Commission's recommendations, made public in February 1946, were quite conservative ( described by one Japanese scholar in the late 1980s as " no more than a touching-up of the Meiji Constitution ").
An additional reason for this was that on January 24, 1946, Prime Minister Shidehara has suggested to MacArthur that the new Constitution should contain an article renouncing war.
Thus the 1946 constitution was adopted as an amendment to the Meiji Constitution in accordance with the provisions of Article 73 of that document.
After the World War II, equality of rights was proclaimed by the Ordonnance of March 7, 1944 and later confirmed by the Loi Lamine Guèye of May 7, 1946, which granted French citizenship to all the subjects of France's territories and overseas departments, and by the 1946 Constitution.
It was the subject of a Supreme Court of the United States decision ( Marsh v. Alabama, 326 U. S. 501 ( 1946 )), which stated that despite being a privately owned town, because it functioned as a town open to the public, the right conferred by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution cannot be abridged.
Unable to resolve the impasse, the KMT-drafted Constitution was adopted by the National Assembly on December 25, 1946, promulgated by the National Government on January 1, 1947, and went into effect on December 25, 1947.
" No such formal annexation of Taiwan islands by the ROC National Assembly conforming with the ROC constitution ever occurred since 1946, even though Article 9 of the Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China says, " The modifications of the functions, operations, and organization of the Taiwan Provincial Government may be specified by law.
In 1971, the Constitutional Council, arguing that the preamble of the Constitution referenced the rights defined in the 1789 Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen and the preamble of the 1946 Constitution, concluded that statutes must respect these rights and declared partially unconstitutional a statute because it violated freedom of association.
The 1946 Constitution of Japan abolished the kazoku and ended the use of all titles of nobility or rank outside the immediate Imperial Family.
The Evangelical United Brethren Church ( EUB ) was an American Protestant church which was formed in 1946 by the merger of the Evangelical Church with the Church of the United Brethren in Christ ( not to be confused with the current Church of the United Brethren in Christ ( Old Constitution )).
Until 1946 two groups operated under the name Church of the United Brethren in Christ, though the minority was known as the Church of the United Brethren in Christ ( Old Constitution ).
* Constitution Alteration ( Social Services ) Act, 1946 — the fourth amendment to the Constitution of Australia.
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* 1787 – Sixty proof sheets of the Constitution of the United States are delivered to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
* 1920 – The Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution is ratified, guaranteeing women's suffrage.
* 1772 – King Gustav III completes his coup d ' état by adopting a new Constitution, ending half a century of parliamentary rule in Sweden and installing himself as an enlightened despot.
The state legislature had passed resolutions instructing their representatives in Washington to support pro-slavery and popular sovereignty measures such as the LeCompton Constitution and the Kansas – Nebraska Act.
He was buried just outside Greeneville – with his body wrapped in an American flag and a copy of the U. S. Constitution placed under his head, according to his wishes.
* 1939 – Marian Anderson sings at the Lincoln Memorial, after being denied the right to sing at the Daughters of the American Revolution's Constitution Hall.
* 1905 – The Supreme Court of the United States decides Lochner v. New York which holds that the " right to free contract " is implicit in the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment of the United States Constitution.
* 1913 – The 17th Amendment to the United States Constitution, requiring direct election of Senators, becomes law.
* 1936 – Prime Minister of Greece Ioannis Metaxas suspends parliament and the Constitution and establishes the 4th of August Regime.
* 1965 – The Constitution of Cook Islands comes into force, giving the Cook Islands self-governing status within New Zealand.
* Constitution of 1891 – the republic was proclaimed in 1889, but a new constitution was not promulgated until 1891.
* Constitution of 1934 – when Getúlio Vargas came to power in 1930, he canceled the 1891 constitution and did not permit a new one until 1934.
* Constitution of 1937 – Getúlio Vargas suppressed a Communist uprising in 1935 and two years later ( November 10, 1937 ) used it as a pretext to establish autocratic rule.
* Constitution of 1967 – after the 1964 coup d ' État against João Goulart, the military dictatorship passed the Institutional Acts, a supraconstitutional law.
After being for three years ( 2003 – 06 ) in the interregnum between two constitutions, the Democratic Republic of the Congo is now under the regime of the Constitution of the Third Republic.