Konstitucinių įstatymų samprata: teoriniai aspektai.
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The concept of constitutional laws is employed in various provisions of the Constitution. Paragraph 3 (wording of 23 January 2003) of Article 47 of the Constitution establishes that in the Republic of Lithuania foreign entities may acquire ownership of land, internal waters and forests according to a constitutional law. Paragraph 3 of Article 69 of the Constitution provides that "Constitutional laws of the Republic of Lithuania shall be adopted if more than half of all the Members of the Seimas vote in favour thereof and they shall be altered by a not less than a 3/5 majority vote of all the Members of the Seimas. The Seimas shall establish the list of constitutional laws by a 3/5 majority vote of the Members of the Seimas." Under Paragraph 2 of Article 72 of the Constitution, a constitutional law reconsidered by the Seimas shall be deemed adopted provided the amendments and supplements submitted by the President of the Republic were adopted or if not lessthan 3/5 of all the Members of the Seimas voted for the law. Article 150 of the Constitution provides that the constituent part of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania shall be: 1) The Constitutional Law "On the State of Lithuania" of 11 February 1991; 2) The Constitutional Act "On the Non-Alignmentofthe Republic of Lithuania to Post-Soviet Eastern Unions" of 8 June 1992; 3) The Law "On the Procedure for Entry into Force of the Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania" of 25 October 1992; 4) The Constitutional Act "On Membership of the Republic of Lithuania in the European Union" of 13 July 2004. [...]
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