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Constitution


 

The Kingdom’s constitution that was in place before independence was repealed in 1973. The Kingdom has recently adopted a new constitution that came into effect in 2006. The constitution incorporates a system known as Tinkhundla (constituencies) and enables the people to elect candidates for parliamentary representation from the fifty-five (55) constituencies. The executive authority is vested in His Majesty the King, who appoints the Prime Minister from among members of the House of Assembly. The Senate comprises thirty (30) Senators that include the President and the Deputy President. The House of Assembly is made up of the Speaker, Deputy Speaker and sixty-three (63) other members. The constitution can be viewed from the www.gov.sz.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





Swaziland
Population
Area
Capital
Official language
Politics
Time Zone
1,133,066 (July,2007)
17,368 (half of Taiwan)
Mbabane
English
Sovereign state that is ruled by a Monarch
6 hours behind Taiwan