Constitution of the Western Cape, 1997
|Constitution of the Western Cape, 1997 (1997)
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|constitution of the Western Cape province in South Africa. It was initially adopted by the provincial legislature on 21 February 1997, refused certification by the Constitutional Court on 2 September 1997, amended by the provincial legislature on 11 September 1997, certified by the Constitutional Court on 18 November 1997, and brought into force on 16 January 1998. The Western Cape is the only South African province to have adopted a constitution.The Constitution of the Western Cape, 1997 is the|
Province of Western Cape
Constitution of the Western Cape
Affirming that the Western Cape, a province of the Republic of South Africa, is founded on—
the recognition of human rights,
the recognition of the family,
responsible and accountable government,
the rule of law,
the principles of mutual trust and co-operation, and
loyalty to the national Constitution;
Do now adopt this Constitution for the Western Cape.
May God protect our people.
God seën Suid-Afrika, Nkosi Sikelel’iAfrika, God bless South Africa.
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