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Annotated Republic of China Laws/Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China

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Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China
Republic of China (Taiwan)

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From http://law.moj.gov.tw/ENG/LawClass/LawHistory.aspx?PCode=A0000002 :

  1. Adopted by the second extraordinary session of the First National Assembly on April 22, 1991, and promulgated by the president on May 1, 1991
  2. Adopted by the extraordinary session of the Second National Assembly on May 27, 1992, and promulgated by the president on May 28, 1992
  3. Adopted by the fourth extraordinary session of the Second National Assembly on July 28, 1994, and promulgated by the president on August 1, 1994[1]
  4. Adopted by the second session of the Third National Assembly on July 18, 1997, and promulgated by the president on July 21, 1997[1]
  5. Revised by the fourth session of the Third National Assembly on September 3, 1999, and promulgated by the president on September 15, 1999
    (* The Council of Grand Justices, in its Constitutional Interpretation No. 499 on March 24, 2000, announced that the Additional Articles of the Constitution approved on September 15, 1999, were void, effective immediately. The revised Additional Articles promulgated on July 21, 1997 would remain in effect.)
  6. Revised by the fifth session of the Third National Assembly on April 24, 2000, and promulgated by the president on April 25, 2000.
  7. Revisions to Articles 1, 2, 4, 5, and 8 of, and addition of Article 12 to, the Additional Articles of the Constitution of the Republic of China, proposed and announced by the Legislative Yuan on August 26, 2004, adopted by the Fourth National Assembly on June 7, 2005, and promulgated by the president on June 10, 2005.

Wikibooks annotationEdit

  1. a b This complete amendment is in a separate page, and later partial amendments are in other separate pages per articles.