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principles rights and duties established in this Constitution Education and work are the. fundamental processes for guaranteeing these purposes. Article 4 The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela is a decentralized Federal State on the. terms set forth in this Constitution governed by the principles of territorial integrity. cooperation solidarity attendance and shared responsibility. Article 5 Sovereignty resides untransferable in the people who exercise it directly in the. manner provided for in this Constitution and in the law and indirectly by suffrage. through the organs exercising Public Power The organs of the State emanate from and. are subject to the sovereignty of the people, Article 6 The government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela and of the political. organs comprising the same is and shall always be democratic participatory elective. decentralized alternative responsible and pluralist with revocable mandates. Article 7 The Constitution is the supreme law and foundation of the legal order All. persons and organs exercising Public Power are subject to this Constitution. Article 8 The national flag with its yellow blue and red stripes the National Anthem. Gloria al bravo pueblo Glory to the Brave People and the coat of arms of the. Republic are the symbols of the native land Law shall regulate their characteristics. meaning and use, Article 9 Spanish is the official language The use of native languages also has official. status for native peoples and must be respected throughout the territory of the Republic. as constituting part of the cultural heritage of the Nation and humanity. GEOGRAPHICAL SPACES AND POLITICAL DIVISION,Territory and Other Geographical Spaces. Article 10 The territory and other geographical spaces of the Republic are those which. belonged to the Captaincy General of Venezuela before the political transformation. begun on April 19 1810 as amended by virtue of the treaties and arbitration awards. which have not been vitiated with nullity, Article 11 The full sovereignty of the Republic is exercised on the continental and. insular spaces lake and river spaces territorial sea historic vital and inland sea areas. and those lying within such straight baselines as have been adopted or may come to be. adopted by the Republic seabed and under the seabed of the aforementioned the. continental insular and maritime air space and the resources located within the. aforementioned spaces including genetic resources migratory species derived products. and any intangible components that may be present within the aforementioned spaces. because of natural causes The insular space of the Republic includes the Archipelago of. Los Monjes Las Aves Los Roques La Orchila La Tortuga La Blanquilla Los. Hermanos islands of Margarita Cubagua and Coche Los Frailes La Sola Island Los. Testigos Archipelago Patos Island and Aves Island as well as the islands islets keys. and banks located or coming in the future to emerge from the territorial sea that covering. the continental shelf or that lying within the limits of the exclusive economic zone As to. the water spaces consisting of the contiguous maritime zone the continental sheaf and the. exclusive economic zone the Republic exercises exclusive rights of sovereignty and. jurisdiction on such terms to such extent and subject to such conditions as may be. determined by public international law and national law The Republic has rights in outer. space and in those areas which are or may be the Common Property of Humanity on. such terms to such extent and subject to such conditions as may be determined by public. international agreements and by the national legislation. Article 12 Mineral and hydrocarbon deposits of any nature that exist within the territory. of the nation beneath the territorial sea bed within the exclusive economic zone and on. the continental shelf are the property of the Republic are of public domain and therefore. inalienable and not transferable The seacoasts are public domain property. Article 13 The territory shall never be assigned transferred leased or in any manner. whatsoever conveyed even temporarily or partially to foreign States or other. international law subjects The geographical space of Venezuela is an area of peace No. foreign military bases or facilities having purposes that are in any way military shall be. established within such space by any power or coalition of powers Foreign States or. other international law subjects shall be permitted to acquire real property only for the. quarters of their diplomatic or consular delegations within such area as may be. determined and subject to guarantees of reciprocity with such limitations as may be. established by law In all such cases national sovereignty shall remain intact There shall. be no conveyance of title to vacant land existing within the federal dependencies and on. islands in rivers and lakes and the right to use the same shall be granted only in a manner. that does not involve directly or indirectly the transfer of title to the land. Article 14 The law shall establish a special legal regime for those territories which by. the freely adopted decision of their inhabitants and with the approval of the National. Assembly come to be incorporated into the territory of the Republic. Article 15 The State is responsible for establishing an overall policy in land insular and. maritime border areas preserving the territorial integrity sovereignty security defense. national identity diversity and environment in accordance with cultural economic and. social development and integration Taking into account the inherent nature of each. border region through special financial allocations an Organic Law on Borders shall. determine the obligations and objectives comprising this responsibility. Chapter 11,Political Division, Article 16 For purposes of the political organization of the Republic the territory of the.
nation is divided into those of the States the Capital District federal dependencies and. federal territories The territory is organized into Municipalities The political division of. the territory shall be regulated by an organic law which shall guarantee municipal. autonomy and administrative political decentralization Such law may provide for the. creation of federal territorial in certain areas within the States the taking effect of which. shall be subject to the holding of a referendum to approve the same in the organ. concerned By special law a federal territory may be given the status of a State being. allocated part or all of the territorial area concerned. Article 17 Federal dependencies are the maritime islands which are not incorporated. into the territory of a State as well as any island that may form or appear in the territorial. sea or that covering the continental sheaf Their regime and administration shall be. provided by law, Article 18 The city of Caracas is the capital of the Republic and the seat of the organs of. National Power The provisions of this article shall not prevent the exercise of National. Power elsewhere in the Republic A special law shall establish the territorial and political. unit of the city of Caracas incorporating into a two tier system of municipal government. the Municipalities of the Capital District and those of the State of Miranda Such law. shall provide for the organization government administration competency as well as. resources of the city with a view to its harmonious overall development In any case the. law shall guarantee the democratic and participative character of its government. DUTIES HUMAN RIGHTS AND GUARANTEES,General Provisions. Article 19 The State shall guarantee to every individual in accordance with the. progressive principle and without discrimination of any kind no renounceable. indivisible and interdependent enjoyment and exercise of human rights Respect for and. the guaranteeing of these rights is obligatory for the organs of Public Power in. accordance with the Constitution the human rights treaties signed and ratified by the. Republic and any laws developing the same, Article 20 Everyone has the right to the free development of his or her own personality. subject only to the limitations deriving from the rights of others and public and social. Article 21 Al persons are equal before the law and consequently. 1 No discrimination based on race sex creed or social standing shall be. permitted nor in general any discrimination with the intent or effect of. nullifying or encroaching upon the recognition enjoyment or exercise on. equal terms of the rights and liberties of every individual. 2 The law shall guarantee legal and administrative conditions such as to. make equality before the law real and effective manner shall adopt. affirmative measures for the benefit of any group that is discriminated. against marginalized or vulnerable shall protect in particular those. persons who because of any of the aforementioned circumstances are in a. manifestly weak position and shall punish those who abuse or mistreat. such persons, 3 People will only be officially addressed as Citizens except for. diplomatic forms, 4 No titles of nobility or hereditary distinctions shall be recognized.
Article 22 The recitation of rights and guarantees contained in this Constitution and in. international instruments concerning human rights are not to be understood as negating. others inherent to individuals not expressly mentioned in such recitation The absence of. a law regulating these rights shall not adversely affect the exercise thereof. Article 23 The treaties pacts and conventions relating human rights which have been. executed and ratified by Venezuela have a constitutional rank and prevail over internal. legislation insofar as they contain provisions concerning the enjoyment and exercise of. such rights that are more favorable than those established by this Constitution and the. laws of the Republic and shall be immediately and directly applied by the courts and. other organs of the Public Power, Article 24 No legislative provision shall have retroactive effect except where it imposes. a lesser penalty Procedural laws shall apply from the moment they go into effect even to. proceedings already in progress however in criminal proceedings evidence already. admitted shall be weighed in accordance with the laws that were in effect when the. evidence was admitted insofar as this benefits the defendant When there are doubts as to. the rule of law that is to be applied the most beneficial to the defendant will prevail. Article 25 Any act on the part of the Public Power that violates or encroaches upon the. rights guaranteed by this Constitution and by law is null and void and the public. employees ordering or implementing the same shall incur criminal civil and. administrative liability as applicable in each case with no defense on grounds of having. followed the orders of a superior, Article 26 Everyone has the right to access the organs comprising the justice system for. the purpose of enforcing his or her rights and interests including those of a collective or. diffuse nature to the effective protection of the aforementioned and to obtain the. corresponding prompt decision The State guarantees justice that is free of charge. accessible impartial suitable transparent autonomous independent responsible. equitable and expeditious without undue delays superfluous formalities or useless. reinstating, Article 27 Everyone has the right to be protected by the courts in the enjoyment and. exercise of constitutional rights and guarantees including even those inherent individual. rights not expressly mentioned in this Constitution or in international instruments. concerning human rights Proceedings on a claim for constitutional protection shall be. oral public brief free of charge and unencumbered by formalities and the competent. judge shall have the power to restore immediately the legal situation infringed upon or. the closest possible equivalent thereto All time shall be available for the holding of such. proceedings and the court shall give constitutional claims priority over any other. matters The action for the protection of liberty or safety may be exercised by any. person and the physical custody of the person of the detainee shall be transferred. immediately to the court without delay The exercise of this right shall not be affected in. any way by the declaration of a state of exception or restriction of constitutional. guarantees, Article 28 Anyone has the right of access to the information and data concerning him or. her or his or her goods which are contained in official or private records with such. exceptions as may be established by law as well as what use is being made of the same. and the purpose thereof and to petition the court of competent competence for the. updating correction or destruction of any records that are erroneous or unlawfully affect. the petitioner s right He or she may as well access documents of any nature containing. information of interest to communities or group of persons The foregoing is without. prejudice to the confidentiality of sources from which information is received by. journalist or secrecy in other professions as may be determined by law. Article 29 The State is obliged to investigate and legally punish offenses against human. rights committed by its authorities Actions to punish the offense of violating humanity. rights serious violations of human rights and war crimes shall not be subject to statute of. limitation Human rights violations and the offense of violating humanity rights shall be. investigated and adjudicated by the courts of ordinary competence These offenses are. excluded from any benefit that might render the offenders immune from punishment. including pardons and amnesty, Article 30 The State has the obligation to make full reparations to the victims of human.
rights violations for which it may be held responsible and to the legal successors to such. victims including payment of damages The State shall adopt the necessary legislative. measures and measures of other nature to implement the reparations and damage. compensation provided for under this article The State shall protect the victims of. ordinary crimes and endeavor to make the guilty parties provide reparations for the. inflicted damages, Article 31 Everyone has the right on the terms established by the human rights treaties. pacts and conventions ratified by the Republic to address petitions and complaints to the. intentional organs created for such purpose in order to ask for protection of his or her. human rights The State shall adopt in accordance with the procedures established under. this Constitution and by the law such measures as may be necessary to enforce the. decisions emanating from international organs as provided for under this article. Chapter II,Nationality and Citizenship,Section One Nationality. Article 32 Are Venezuelans by birth, 1 Any person who was born within the territory of the Republic. 2 Any person who was born in a foreign territory and is the child of a. father and mother who are both Venezuelans by birth. 3 Any person who was born in a foreign territory and is the child of a. father or a mother who is Venezuelan by birth provided they have. established residence within the territory of the Republic or declared their. intention to obtain the Venezuelan nationality, 4 Any person who was born in a foreign territory and is the child of a. father or a mother who is Venezuelan by naturalization provided that. prior to reaching the age of 18 they establish their residence within the. territory of the Republic and before reaching the age of 25 declare their. intention to obtain the Venezuelan nationality, Article 33 Are considered Venezuelans by naturalization.
1 Foreign nationals who obtain a naturalization letter In order to do so. they must have at least ten years of uninterrupted residence immediately. preceding the application date, 2 The period of residence shall be reduced to five years in the case of. foreign nationals whose original nationality is that of Spain Portugal. Italy or a Latin American or Caribbean country, 3 Foreign nationals who marry a Venezuelan upon declaring their. wish to adopt the Venezuelan nationality which may be done at least five. years after the date of marriage, 4 Minors of foreign nationality on the date of the naturalization of one. of his her parent who exercises parental authority provided that such. minor declares his or her intention of adopting the Venezuelan nationality. before reaching the age of 21 and has resided in Venezuela without. interruption throughout the five year period preceding such declaration. Article 34 The Venezuelan nationality is not lost upon electing or acquiring another. nationality, Article 35 Venezuelans by birth cannot be deprived of their nationality The. Venezuelan nationality by naturalization can be revoked only by a judgment handed. down by a court in accordance with law, Article 36 Venezuelan nationality may be renounced A person who renounces the.
Venezuelan nationality by birth may regain such nationality if he or she establishes a. residence within the territory of the Republic for a period of at least two years and. expresses the intention of regaining the Venezuelan nationality Naturalized. Venezuelans who renounce the Venezuelan nationality may regain it by again meeting. the requirements prescribed under article 33 of this Constitution. Article 37 The State shall promote the celebration of international treaties related to. nationality especially with the bordering countries and those indicated in item 2 of. Article 33 of this Constitution, Article 38 The substantive and procedural rules relating to the acquisition election. renunciation and recovery of the Venezuelan nationality as well as the revocation and. withdrawal of naturalization shall be determined by law in compliance with the. foregoing provisions,Section Two Citizenship, Article 39 Venezuelans who are not subject to political disablement or civil. interdiction and meet the age requirements provided for in this Constitution can exercise. citizenship and therefore are entitled to political rights and duties in accordance to this. Constitution, Article 40 Political rights are reserved to those who are Venezuelans with the. exceptions established in this Constitution Naturalized Venezuelans who have entered. the country prior to reaching the age of seven years and have resided permanently in. Venezuela until reaching legal age shall enjoy the same rights as Venezuelans by birth. Article 41 Only Venezuelans by birth who have no other nationality shall be permitted. to hold the offices of President of the Republic Executive Vice President Chairman. and Vice Chairman of the National Assembly Justices of the Supreme Tribunal of. Justice Chairman of the National Board of Elections Attorney General of the Republic. Comptroller General of the Republic General Prosecutor of the Republic People. Defender Ministers with responsibilities relating to national security finance energy. and mining or education Governors and Mayors of border States and Municipalities. and those contemplated under the Organic Law on the National Armed Forces In order. to hold the position of member of the National Assembly Minister or Governors and. Mayors of non border States and Municipalities naturalized Venezuelans must be. domiciled in Venezuela with at least fifteen years of permanent residence as well as. meeting the capability requirements provided for by law. Article 42 Anyone who loses or renounces to nationality loses citizenship The exercise. of citizenship or any political rights can be suspended only by final judicial decision in. the cases provided by law, Article 43 The right to life is inviolable No law shall provide for the death penalty and. no authority shall apply the same The State shall protect the life of persons who are. deprived of liberty serving in the armed forces or civilian services or otherwise subject. to its authority, Article 44 Personal liberty is inviolable therefore.
1 No person shall be arrested or detained except by virtue of a court. order unless such person is caught in fraganti In the latter case such. person must be brought before a judge within forty eight hours of his or. her arrest He or she shall remain free during trial except for reasons. determined by law and assessed by the judge on a case by case basis. 2 The bail as required by law for the release of a detainee shall not be. subject to tax of any kind, 3 Any person under arrest has the right to communicate immediately. with members of his or her family an attorney or any other person in. whom he or she reposes trust and such persons in turn have the right to be. informed where the detainee is being held to be notified immediately of. the reasons for the arrest and to have a written record inserted into the case. file concerning the physical or mental condition of the detainee either by. himself or herself or with the aid of specialists The competent authorities. shall keep a public record of every arrest made including the identity of. the person arrested the place time circumstances and the officers who. made the arrest, 4 In the case of the arrest of foreign nationals male or female. applicable provisions of international treaties concerning consular. notification shall also be observed, 5 The penalty shall not extend beyond the person of the convicted. individual No one shall be sentenced to perpetual or humiliating penalties. Penalties consisting of deprivation of liberty shall not exceed 30 years. 6 Any authority taking measures involving the deprivation of liberty. must identify himself or herself, 7 No person shall remain under arrest after a release order has been. issued by the competent authority or such person s sentence has been. Article 45 The public authorities whether military civilian or of any other kind even. during a state of emergency exception or restriction or guarantees are prohibited from. effecting permitting or tolerating the forced disappearance of persons An officer. receiving an order or instruction to carry it out has the obligation not to obey and to. report the order or instruction to the competent authorities The intellectual and physical. perpetrators accomplices and concealers of the crimes of forced disappearance of a. person as well as any attempt to commit such offense shall be punished in accordance. Article 46 Everyone is entitled to respect for his or her physical mental and moral. integrity therefore, 1 No person shall be subjected to penalties tortures cruelty inhuman or.
degrading treatment Every victim of torture or cruel inhumane or. degrading treatment effected or tolerated by agents of the State has the. right to rehabilitation, 2 Any person deprived of liberty shall be treated with respect due to the. inherent dignity of the human being, 3 No person shall be subjected without his or her freely given consent to. scientific experiments or medical or laboratory examinations except when. such person s life is in danger or in any other circumstances as may be. detained by law, 4 Any public official who by reason of his official position inflicts. mistreatment or physical or mental suffering on any person or instigates or. tolerates such treatment shall be punished in accordance with law. Article 47 A person s home and any private premise are inviolable They. may not be forcibly entered except by court order to prevent the. commission of a crime or carry out the decisions handed down by the. courts in accordance with law respecting human dignity in all cases Any. health inspections carried out in accordance with law shall be performed. only after notice from the officials ordering or carrying it out. Article 48 The secrecy and inviolability of private communications in all forms are. guaranteed The same may not be interfered with except by order of a competent court. with observance of applicable provisions of law and preserving the secrecy of the private. issues unrelated to the pertinent proceedings, Article 49 All judicial and administrative actions shall be subject to due process. 1 Legal assistance and defense are inviolable rights at all stages and. levels during the investigation and proceeding Every person has the right. to be notified of the charges for which he or she is being investigated to. have access to the evidence and to be afforded the necessary time and. means to conduct his or her defense Any evidence obtained in violation of. due process shall be null and void Any person declared guilty shall have. the right to appeal except in the cases established by this Constitution and. by the law, 2 Any person shall be presumed innocent until proven otherwise.
3 Every person has the right to be heard in proceedings of any kind with. all due guarantees and within such reasonable time limit as may be legally. detained by a competent independent and impartial court established in. advance Anyone who does not speak Spanish or is unable to. communicate verbally is entitled to an interpreter. 4 Every person has the right to be judged by his or her natural judges of. ordinary or special competence with the guarantees established in this. Constitution and by law No person shall be put on trial without knowing. the identity of the party judging him or her nor be adjudged by. exceptional courts or commissions created for such purpose. 5 No person shall be required to confess guilt or testify against himself. or herself or his or her spouse or partner or any other relative within the. fourth degree of consanguinity or the second degree of affinity A. confession shall be valid only if given without coercion of any kind. 6 No person shall be punished for acts or omissions not defined under. preexisting laws as a crime offense or infraction, 7 No person shall be placed on trial based on the same facts for which. such person has been judged previously, 8 Every person shall request from the State the restoration or. remediation of a legal situation adversely affected by unwarranted judicial. errors and unjustified delay or omissions The foregoing is without. prejudice to the right of the individual to seek to hold the magistrate or. judge personally liable and that of the State to take action against the. Article 50 Everyone shall freely transit by any means throughout the national territory. to change his or her domicile and residence to leave and return to the Republic to move. his or her goods or belongings within the country and to bring his or her goods into or. remove them from the country subject only to such limitations as may be prescribes by. law In cases involving the granting of a concession the law shall provide for the. circumstances in which an alternate route must be provided Venezuelans shall enter the. country without need for authorization of any kind No act of the Public Power may. establish against Venezuelans the penalty of banishment from the national territory. Article 51 Everyone has the right to petition or make representations before any. authority or public official concerning matters within their competence and to obtain a. timely and adequate response Whoever violates this right shall be punished in. accordance with law including the possibility of dismissal from office. Article 52 Everyone has the right to assemble for lawful purposes in accordance with. law The State is obligated to facilitate the exercise of this right. Article 53 Everyone has the right to meet publicly or privately without obtaining. permission in advance for lawful purposes and without weapons Meetings in public. places may be regulated by law, Article 54 No person shall be subjected to slavery or servitude Traffic of persons in. particular women children and adolescents in any form shall be subject to the penalties. prescribes by law, Article 55 Every person has the right to protection by the State through the citizen. safety organs regulated by law from situations that affect or constitute a threat. vulnerability or risk to the physical integrity of individuals their properties the. enjoyment of rights or the Fulfillment of duties Participation by citizens in programs for. purposes of prevention citizen safety and emergency management shall be regulated by a. special law The State s security corps shall respect the human dignity and rights of all. persons The use of weapons or toxic substances by police and security officers shall be. limited by the principles of necessity convenience opportunity and proportionality in. accordance with law, Article 56 Every person has the right to his own name to the summates of his father and.
mother and to know the identity of the latter The State guarantees the right to. investigates maternity and paternity All persons have the right to be registered free of. charge with the Civil Registry Office after birth and to obtain public documents. constituting evidence of their biological identity in accordance with law Such. documents shall not contain any mention classifying the parental relationship. Article 57 Everyone has the right to express freely his or her thoughts ideas or opinions. orally in writing or by any other form of expression and to use for such purpose any. means of communication and diffusion and no censorship shall be established Anyone. making use of this right assumes full responsibility for everything expressed Anonymity. war propaganda discriminatory messages or those promoting religious intolerance are. not permitted Censorship restricting the ability of public officials to report on matters. for which they are responsible is prohibited, Article 58 Communications are free and plural and involve the duties and. responsibilities indicated by law Everyone has the right to timely truthful and impartial. information without censorship in accordance with the principles of this Constitution as. well as the right to reply and corrections when they are directly affected by inaccurate or. offensive information Children and adolescents have the right to receive adequate. information for purposes of their overall development. Article 59 The State guarantees the freedom of cult and religion All persons have the. right to profess their religious faith and cults and express their beliefs in private or in. public by teaching and other practices provided such beliefs are not contrary to moral. good customs and public order The autonomy and independence of religious confessions. and churches is likewise guaranteed subject only to such limitations as may derive from. this Constitution and the law Father and Mother are entitled to have their sons and. daughters receive religious education in accordance with their convictions No one shall. invoke religious beliefs or discipline as a means of evading compliance with law or. preventing another person from exercising his or her rights. Article 60 Every person is entitled to protection of his or her honor private life. intimacy self image confidentiality and reputation The use of electronic information. shall be restricted by law in order to guarantee the personal and family intimacy and. honor of citizens and the full exercise of their rights. Article 61 All persons have the right to freedom of conscience and to express the same. except those practices affecting personality or constituting criminal offense Objections. of conscience may not be invoked in order to evade compliance with law or prevent. others from complying with law or exercising their rights. Chapter IV,Political Rights and Public Referenda,Section One Political Rights. Article 62 All citizens have the right to participate freely in public affairs either. directly or through their elected representatives The participation of the people in. forming carrying out and controlling the management of public affairs is the necessary. way of achieving the involvement to ensure their complete development both individual. and collective It is the obligation of the State and the duty of society to facilitate the. generation of optimum conditions for putting this into practice. Article 63 Suffrage is a right lt shall be exercised through free universal direct and. secret elections The law shall guarantee the principle of personalization of suffrage and. proportional representation, Article 64 All Venezuelans who have reached the age of 18 and are not subject to. political disablement or civil interdiction are qualified to vote In state municipal and. parish elections the right to vote shall be extended to foreign nationals who have. reached the age of 18 and have resided in Venezuela for more than ten years subject to. the limitations established in this Constitution and by law and provided they are not. subject to political disablement or civil interdiction. Article 65 Persons who have been convicted of crimes committed while holding office. or other offenses against public property shall be ineligible to run for any office filled by. popular vote for such period as may be prescribed by law after serving their sentences. depending on the seriousness of the offense, Article 66 Voters have the right to obtain from their public representatives transparent. and periodic accounting for their office in accordance with the offered program. Article 67 All citizens have the right of association for political purposes through. democratic methods of organization operation and direction Their governing organs and. candidates for offices filled by popular vote shall be selected by internal elections with. participation of their members No financing of associations for political purposes with. State funds shall be permitted Matters relating to the financing of and private. contributions to associations for political purposes shall be regulated by law as shall the. oversight mechanisms to guarantee propriety as to the sources and handling of such. funds Law shall regulate as well political and election campaigns the duration thereof. and spending limits with a view pursuing its democratization Citizens on their own. initiative and associations for political purposes shall be entitled to participate in the. electoral process putting forward candidates The financing of political advertising and. election campaigns shall be regulated by law The authorities of associations for political. purposes shall not enter into contracts with organs in the public sector. Article 68 Citizens have the right to demonstrate peacefully and without weapons. subject only to such requirements as may be established by law The use of firearms and. toxic substances to control peaceful demonstrations is prohibited The activity of police. and security corps in maintaining public order shall be regulated by law. Article 69 The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela recognizes and guarantees the right of. asylum and refuge Extradition of Venezuelans is prohibited. Article 70 Participation and involvement of people in the exercise of their sovereignty in. political affairs can be manifested by voting to fill public offices referendum. consultation of public opinion mandate revocation legislative constitutional and. constituent initiative open forums and meetings of citizens whose decisions shall be. binding among others and in social and economic affairs citizen service organs self. management co management cooperatives in all forms including those of a financial. nature savings funds community enterprises and other forms of association guided by. the values of mutual cooperation and solidarity The law shall establish conditions for the. effective functioning of the means of participation provided for under the present article. Section Two Popular Referendum, Article 71 Matters of special national transcendence may be referred to a consultative.
referendum on the initiative of the President of the Republic taken at a meeting of the. Cabinet by resolution of the National Assembly passed by a majority vote or at the. request of a number of voters constituting at least 10 of all voters registered on the. national civil and electoral registry Matters of special state municipal and parish. transcendence may also be referred to a consultative referendum The initiative shall be. taken by the Parish Board the Municipal Council and to the Legislative Council by the. vote of two third of its members by the Mayor and the Governor or by a number of. voters constituting at least 10 of the total number of voters registered in the pertinent. circumscription, Article 72 All magistrates and other offices filled by popular vote are subject to. revocation Once half of the term of office to which an official has been elected has. elapsed a number of voters constituting at least 20 of the voters registered in the. pertinent circumscription may extend a petition for the calling of a referendum to revoke. such official s mandate When a number of voters equal to or greater than the number of. those who elected the official vote in favor of revocation provided that a number of. voters equal to or greater than 25 of the total number of registered voters have voted. in the revocation election the official s mandate shall be deemed revoked and immediate. action shall be taken to fill the permanent vacancy in accordance with the provided for in. this Constitution and by law The revocation of the mandate for the collegiate bodies. shall be performed in accordance with the law During the term to which the official was. elected only one petition to recall may be filed, Article 73 Bills under discussion by the National Assembly shall be submitted to a. referendum when at least two thirds of the members of the Assembly so decide If the. referendum ends in an affirmative vote of approval provided that the 25 of the voters. registered before the Civil and Electoral Registry have concurred to the election the bill. conceded shall be enacted into law Any international agreement convention or treaty. which might compromise the national sovereignty or transfer authority to supranational. organs may be submitted to a referendum on the initiative of the President of the. Republic taken at a meeting of the Cabinet by a two thirds vote of the members of the. Assembly or by 15 of the voters registered on the civil and electoral registry. Article 74 Statutes whose abrogation are requested on the initiative of a number of. voters constituting at least 10 of the voters registered in the civil and electoral registry. or by the President of the Republic taken at a meeting of the Cabinet shall be submitted. to a referendum for its abrogation in whole or in part Decrees with the force of law. issued by the President of the Republic making use of the authority prescribed under. article 236 section 8 of this Constitution may also be submitted to an abrogatory. referendum when it is requested by a number of voters constituting at least 5 of the. total number of voters registered in the civil and electoral registry In order for the. abrogatory referendum to be valid a number of voters constituting at least 40 of the. total number of voters registered in the civil and electoral registry shall be essential It.


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