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ambassadors<82> 
apportionment of representatives<83> 
  by geographical units<85> 
  by inhabitants<84> 
  by tax revenue<86> 
auditor general<444> 
   c
capital punishment<509> 
census<87> 
church<473> 
  autonomy of the church/of churches<485> 
  ecclesiastical orders<477> 
  hierarchy<577> 
  parish<719> 
   elections and votes<726> 
   powers<749> 
  separation of church and state<475> 
  state church<474> 
  supervision<750> 
citizenship<88> 
  loss of<560> 
  naturalization<727> 
   by commune<729> 
   by constituent state<728> 
  obligations of<562> 
commerce<482> 
common law<539> 
communal joint-family<678> 
constitution<90> 
  amendment of<373> 
   constitutional convention<653> 
  constitutional review<613> 
  fundamental principles<665> 
  legal status of<374> 
  purpose<579> 
corporations<92> 
courts: see judiciary<371> 
   d
debtors<93> 
   e
economy<569> 
  banking<571> 
  regulations<570> 
education<94> 
  common schools, establishment of<95> 
election, eligibility for<169> 
  age<170> 
  citizenship<171> 
  disqualifying attributes<172> 
  education<493> 
  gender<173> 
  property<174> 
  race, ethnicity<175> 
  religion<176> 
  residence<177> 
elections<96> 
  contestation of<97> 
  election committee<491> 
  election day<98> 
  electoral returns<99> 
  voter registration<492> 
  voting procedure<100> 
   ballot<101> 
   viva voce<104> 
electoral districts<105> 
  single constituency<106> 
electoral principles<107> 
  direct elections<108> 
  equal elections<109> 
  free elections<110> 
  general elections<111> 
  majority principle<533> 
  secret elections<112> 
executive<178> 
  council of state<179> 
  duties<645> 
   state of the government address <646> 
  executive agencies<180> 
   ministries<689> 
    competencies<690> 
  head of state<181> 
   competencies<479> 
  mayor<683> 
  members<182> 
   appointment<183> 
   election<184> 
   ex officio<185> 
   immunity or indemnity<186> 
   impeachment<187> 
   inability to serve<380> 
   length of term<188> 
   plurality of offices<383> 
   qualifications<189> 
   re-eligibility<190> 
   remuneration<191> 
   responsibility<192> 
   right of attendance in legislature<592> 
   virilists<674> 
  ministers<193> 
  monarch<459> 
   appanage<531> 
   civil list<470> 
   demesne<528> 
   domain<463> 
   homage<464> 
   inviolability<486> 
   lineage / descent<684> 
   regency<461> 
   royal assent<462> 
   royal household<578> 
   succession<460> 
  official seat<499> 
  parliamentary system<194> 
  plural executive<195> 
  powers<196> 
   adjourning legislature<584> 
   appointing power<197> 
    vacancies, filling of<198> 
   budgetary powers<643> 
    emergency budgetary powers<644> 
   convoking legislature<581> 
   dissolving legislature<200> 
   foreign affairs, control of<201> 
    treaties<510> 
   judicial powers<544> 
   legislative powers<202> 
    executive orders or ordinances<203> 
    legislative initiative<204> 
    sanctioning of laws<205> 
    veto power<206> 
   military commanding power<207> 
   pardoning power<387> 
   religious leadership<208> 
   removal power<209> 
   war and peacemaking<199> 
  presidential system<210> 
  relation to other branches<211> 
   f
feudal institutions and practices<454> 
  entail<456> 
  estates<546> 
  feudal obligations<457> 
  feudal tenure<458> 
  primogeniture<455> 
  privileges<532> 
  seignorial rights<440> 
  serfdom<561> 
   abolishment of<679> 
fundamental rights: see rights<212> 
   g
government<223> 
  corruption<687> 
  federal - state relations<597> 
   admission into federation<602> 
   federal powers<598> 
    executive<600> 
    judiciary<601> 
    legislative<599> 
   matricular contributions<604> 
   rejection of federation<698> 
   supremacy of federal law <603> 
  finances<634> 
   budget<635> 
   fiscal period<636> 
   public debt<595> 
   revenue, ordinary and extraordinary<637> 
  form of<224> 
   democracy<225> 
   monarchy or empire<226> 
   republic<227> 
  governmental institutions see also executive, legislative <605> 
   council of superiors: see also council of censors<693> 
  public domain<666> 
  public institutions<682> 
  subnational government<566> 
   municipal constitutions<476> 
   municipal government<359> 
    municipal officers<627> 
   provincial or state constitutions<568> 
   provincial or state parliaments<567> 
   provincial subdivisons (counties etc)<680> 
   supervision of local government<668> 
  suits against the state<659> 
   h
hereditary distinctions, outlawed<228> 
   i
infrastructure<547> 
  postal system<481> 
  railroad<549> 
  roads<548> 
   j
judiciary<229> 
  attorney general<230> 
  council of censors<231> 
  courts<385> 
   appellate court<437> 
   commercial courts<748> 
   composition of courts<686> 
   constitutional court<642> 
   court of arbitration<667> 
   court of sessions<663> 
   courts of equity<669> 
   extraordinary courts, prohibition of<232> 
   inferior courts<233> 
   local courts<240> 
   matrimonial court<725> 
   military courts<242> 
   supreme court<247> 
    as appellate court<372> 
    as constitutional court<641> 
    judges<248> 
     appointment<249> 
     chief justice<545> 
     impeachment<250> 
     incompatibility with other offices<657> 
     number<251> 
     qualifications<252> 
     tenure<253> 
  judges<516> 
   appointment or election<656> 
   incompatibility with other offices<658> 
   legally competent judges<517> 
   removal<685> 
   retirement<751> 
  judicial districts<681> 
  juries<234> 
  jurisdiction<235> 
   appellate<236> 
   ordinary<237> 
   original<655> 
   reciprocity of recognition of judgments<238> 
   restrictions upon<239> 
  local judicial officers<241> 
  relation to other branches<243> 
   distinction from administrative bodies<244> 
  remuneration<378> 
  trials<254> 
   hearing of evidence<662> 
   k
knighthood<445> 
   l
language<255> 
  official language<256> 
  other languages<257> 
law<441> 
  civil law<564> 
  codification of existing bodies of law<442> 
  transitional provisions<443> 
  uniformity of<664> 
legislature<258> 
  convocation of<582> 
  joint sessions<542> 
  lower house<259> 
   members<260> 
    appointment<261> 
    election<262> 
    ex officio<263> 
    immunity, indemnity<264> 
    incompatibility<265> 
    leader of lower house<506> 
    length of term<266> 
    mandatory attendance<267> 
    plurality of offices<382> 
    qualifications<268> 
    re-eligibility<269> 
    remuneration<270> 
    speaker<505> 
    vacancy<647> 
    virilists<675> 
   powers<271> 
    adjournment<583> 
    appointing power<272> 
     confirmation of appointments<273> 
    appropriation of funds<274> 
    budgetary power<467> 
    bylaws<275> 
    impeachment<276> 
    interpellation<590> 
    judiciary functions<513> 
    legislation<277> 
     legislative initiative<279> 
     passage of bills<628> 
      majorities<629> 
     promulgation<280> 
     publication of laws<281> 
     reading of bills<282> 
     restrictions<283> 
      bills of attainder<284> 
      constitutionality of laws<285> 
      ex post facto laws<286> 
     sanctioning of laws<287> 
     taking effect of law<278> 
     tax, revenue legislation<288> 
    ratification of treaties<289> 
    state of emergency, proclamation of<290> 
    tax grants, right of<541> 
    vote of no confidence<291> 
    war and peace-making<292> 
   procedures<293> 
    budget report<543> 
    committees<294> 
    dissolution<295> 
    duration of session<434> 
    election of officers<296> 
    first/constitutive session<297> 
    journal<298> 
     publication of<299> 
    parliamentary officers<508> 
    quorum<301> 
    resolutions<610> 
    sessions open to public<300> 
    votes<650> 
  official seat<501> 
  powers<580> 
  relation to other branches<302> 
  structure<303> 
   bicameral<304> 
   quadricameral<388> 
   tricameral<305> 
   unicameral<306> 
  third and further houses or chambers<389> 
   members<390> 
    appointment<391> 
    election<392> 
    ex officio<393> 
    immunity, indemnity<394> 
    incompatibility<395> 
    length of term<396> 
    mandatory attendance<397> 
    plurality of offices<432> 
    qualifications<422> 
    re-eligibility<421> 
    remuneration<420> 
    vacancy<648> 
    virilists<676> 
   powers<398> 
    adjournment<585> 
    appointing power<399> 
     confirmation of appointments<400> 
    appropriation of funds<401> 
    budgetary power<468> 
    bylaws<402> 
    impeachment<403> 
    interpellation<588> 
    judiciary functions<512> 
    legislation<404> 
     legislative initiative<405> 
     passage of bills<630> 
      majorities<631> 
     promulgation<406> 
     publication of laws<407> 
     reading of bills<408> 
     restrictions<409> 
      bills of attainder<410> 
      constitutionality of laws<411> 
      ex post facto laws<412> 
     sanctioning of laws<413> 
     taking effect of laws<414> 
     tax or revenue legislation<415> 
    ratification of treaties<416> 
    state of emergency, proclamation of<433> 
    vote of no confidence<417> 
    war and peace making<418> 
   procedures<419> 
    committees<423> 
    dissolution<424> 
    duration of session<425> 
    election of officers<426> 
    first/constitutive session<427> 
    journal<428> 
     publication of<429> 
    quorum<430> 
    resolutions<611> 
    sessions open to public<431> 
    votes<651> 
  upper house<307> 
   members<312> 
    appointment<313> 
    election<314> 
    ex officio<315> 
    immunity, indemnity<308> 
    incompatibility<309> 
    leader of upper house<504> 
    length of term<310> 
    mandatory attendance<311> 
    parliamentary officers <502> 
    plurality of offices<435> 
    qualifications<348> 
    re-eligibility<349> 
    remuneration<350> 
    speaker<503> 
    vacancy<649> 
    virilists<677> 
   powers<316> 
    adjournment<586> 
    appointing power<317> 
     confirmation of appointments<318> 
    appropriation of funds<319> 
    budgetary power<469> 
    bylaws<320> 
    impeachment<321> 
    interpellation<587> 
    judiciary functions<511> 
     right of prosecution<638> 
    legislation<322> 
     legislative initiative<324> 
     passage of bills<632> 
      majorities<633> 
     promulgation<325> 
     publication of laws<326> 
     reading of bills<327> 
     restrictions<328> 
      bills of attainder<329> 
      constitutionality of laws<330> 
      ex post facto laws<331> 
     sanctioning of laws<332> 
     taking effect of laws<323> 
     tax or revenue legislation<333> 
    ratification of treaties<334> 
    state of emergency, proclamation of<436> 
    vote of no confidence<336> 
    war and peace making<337> 
   procedures<338> 
    committees<339> 
    dissolution<340> 
    duration of session<341> 
    election of officers<342> 
    first/constitutive session<343> 
    journal<344> 
     publication of<345> 
    quorum<347> 
    resolutions<612> 
    sessions open to public<346> 
    votes<652> 
lotteries<654> 
   m
military<351> 
  conscription<478> 
  members<622> 
   special regulations for<623> 
  navy<352> 
  organization of<353> 
  quartering of troops<354> 
  standing army<355> 
  subordination to civil authorities<356> 
  supreme command<480> 
militia<357> 
   n
nobility<360> 
  abolition of titles of<361> 
  position of<362> 
  privileges<363> 
   o
oaths<364> 
  loyalty oaths<365> 
  of office<366> 
   p
police power, domestic security<367> 
population groups<556> 
  foreigners<559> 
  minorities<495> 
   African-Americans<498> 
   colonists<558> 
   ethnic groups<557> 
   indigents<497> 
   Jews<496> 
  multiethnic states<573> 
   dominant ethnic group/nation<565> 
   relations between ethnic groups/nations<574> 
   rights and privileges of ethnic groups/nations<575> 
   r
religion<377> 
  Christianity<551> 
   Reformed<722> 
   Roman-Catholic<721> 
  Islam<673> 
  Judaism<672> 
  state religion<550> 
representation<113> 
  fixed mandate<594> 
  free mandate<593> 
rights<114> 
  abolition or alteration of government, popular right of<213> 
  assembly, freedom of<215> 
  association, freedom of<448> 
  bearing or keeping of arms <625> 
  business, freedom to conduct <117> 
  contract, freedom of<115> 
  emigration, right of<122> 
  equality<446> 
  ex post facto laws, illegality of<214> 
  expression, freedom of<563> 
  habeas corpus<219> 
  inalienability of rights<626> 
  innocent, rights of<671> 
  inviolability of the home<438> 
  legal rights<614> 
   bail<624> 
   compulsory process (for exculpatory evidence)<618> 
   confrontation with witnesses for the prosecution<620> 
   counsel<616> 
   cruel or unusual punishment, prohibition of<660> 
   double jeopardy<639> 
   due process<619> 
   excessive fines, prohibition of<661> 
   indictment and information<621> 
   non-self-incrimination<615> 
   to be heard<617> 
   trial by jury<222> 
  liberty and security of person<449> 
  liberty of residence<451> 
  life, right to<466> 
  matrimony<606> 
  movement, freedom of<450> 
  occupation, freedom of<487> 
  personal freedom<465> 
  petition, right of<123> 
  political rights<730> 
  popular sovereignty<220> 
  press, freedom of the<218> 
  privacy of mail<118> 
  property rights<119> 
   expropriation<120> 
   freedom of ownership<121> 
  religion, freedom of<216> 
  science, freedom of<116> 
  self-defense, right of<124> 
  separation of powers<221> 
  speech, freedom of<217> 
  trade, freedom of<447> 
   s
settlement<540> 
slavery<538> 
social welfare<553> 
  financing of<555> 
  orphans<554> 
  poor, supervision of<368> 
sovereign rights of the state<471> 
  hunting privileges<472> 
  mining privileges<358> 
  right of coinage<89> 
  state monopolies<125> 
state and administrative apparatus<483> 
  administration<514> 
   waters<515> 
  civil servants<484> 
state independence<489> 
state insignias<384> 
state structure<518> 
  confederation<520> 
  federal state<519> 
  unitary state<596> 
state territory<126> 
suffrage: see voting rights<370> 
   S
Switzerland<692> 
  citizen<709> 
  commune<705> 
   communal council<742> 
   communal autonomy<715> 
   communal citizenship<706> 
   communal government<713> 
   executive<743> 
   mayor (Gemeindeamman)<714> 
  constitution<752> 
   federal constitution<753> 
   state constitution<724> 
  convent of governments<733> 
   convention of representatives of the cantons<735> 
  courts<707> 
   justice of the peace<708> 
  democracy<723> 
   direct democracy<738> 
   parliamentary democracy <739> 
   sovereignty of the people<737> 
  election principles<734> 
   election based on proportional representation<741> 
  executive<717> 
   president (Landamman)<718> 
  national finances<720> 
  public authorities/government agencies<711> 
   waters<744> 
    sovereignty over waters<745> 
   responsibility<736> 
   streets<712> 
    sovereignty over roads<746> 
   supervision<696> 
  rights of the people<710> 
   initiative<716> 
   referendum<747> 
  state<740> 
  state people<732> 
  state/region/canton<703> 
   cantonal citizenship<704> 
   t
tariffs and duties<453> 
taxes<535> 
  tax equity<536> 
  tax expenditures<529> 
  taxation<127> 
territorial organization<128> 
  boundaries<452> 
  capital<552> 
  federalism<129> 
treason<640> 
   v
voting rights<130> 
  age<131> 
  citizenship<132> 
  disqualifying attributes<133> 
  education<494> 
  gender<134> 
  property<135> 
  race, ethnicity<136> 
  religion<137> 
  residence<138> 
   w
war, state of<608> 

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