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" Neither Congress nor any association or public gathering may grant to the executive power extraordinary powers, the whole of the public power, or give it supremacy by which the life, the honor, and the property of Bolivians shall be at the mercy of the... "
Bolivia: A Handbook - Page 120
by International Bureau of the American Republics - 1892 - 413 pages
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American constitutions: The republics of Central America: Guatemala ...

International Bureau of the American Republics, José Ignacio Rodríguez - Constitutional law - 1907
...power, or give to it supremacy by which the life, honor, and property of the Bolivian people snould be at the mercy of the Government or of any person whatever. Deputies who initiate, favor, or carry out these acts shall become, by so doing, unworthy of the confidence...
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American constitutions: The republics of Central America: Guatemala ...

International Bureau of the American Republics, José Ignacio Rodríguez - Constitutional law - 1907
...power, or give to it supremacy b\- which the life, honor, and property of the Bolivian people should be at the mercy of the Government or of any person whatever. Deputies who initiate, favor, or carry out these acts shall become, by so doing, unworthy of the confidence...
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American Supremacy: The Rise and Progress of the Latin American ..., Volume 1

George Washington Crichfield - Latin America - 1908
...people. Thus, the Constitution of Bolivia provides : "ART. 30. Neither Congress nor any association of public gathering can grant to the Executive power...doing, unworthy of the confidence of the nation." But while Congress is somewhat restricted in that particular, it has great and expansive powers in...
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American Supremacy: The Rise and Progress of the Latin American ..., Volume 1

George Washington Crichfield - Latin America - 1908
...people. Thus, the Constitution of Bolivia provides : "ART. 30. Neither Congress nor any association of public gathering can grant to the Executive power...doing, unworthy of the confidence of the nation." But while Congress is somewhat restricted in that particular, it has great and expansive powers in...
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Constitutions of nations, Volume 1

Amos Jenkins Peaslee - Constitution - 1965 - 1108 pages
...the public power, or give it supremacy by which the life, the honor, and the property of Bolivians shall be at the mercy of the government or of any person whatsoever. The personal inviolability and the immunities established for the national representatives...
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