13 SECTION FIVE. ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND Cortes Generales
SECTION ONE. THE BASIC RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Chapter One. The Spaniards and foreigners
Chapter Two. Rights and freedoms
Part 1. Fundamental rights and public freedoms
Part 2. On the rights and responsibilities of citizens
Chapter Three. The fundamental principles of social and economic policy
Chapter Four. On guarantees of fundamental freedoms and human
Chapter Five. On the suspension of the rights and freedoms
SECTION TWO. ABOUT CROWN
SECTION THREE. About the Cortes Generales
Chapter One. About the Chambers
Chapter Two. On the development of laws
Chapter Three. On International Treaties
SECTION FOUR. ABOUT THE STATE GOVERNMENT AND ADMINISTRATION
SECTION FIVE. ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT AND Cortes Generales
SECTION EIGHT. ON TERRITORIAL UNIT OF THE STATE
Chapter One. General Provisions
Chapter Two. Local Government
Chapter Three. On Autonomous Communities
CHAPTER NINE. THE CONSTITUTIONAL COURT
SECTION TEN. On constitutional reform
On the relations between the Government of Spain and the Cortes Generales
For his political activities the Government is jointly and severally liable to the Congress of Deputies.
Chamber and the Commission can zatrebovat through their chairmen all the necessary information and assistance from the Government and its agencies, as well as from any officials of the State and the Autonomous Communities.
1. The House and the Commission may request the presence at its meetings of members of the Government.
2. Members of the Government are admitted to the meetings of the Chambers and their commissions and have the right to act on them, and may also request that the required information predostavili employees of government departments.
1. The Government and each of its members are required to respond to requests and questions addressed in their address to the Chamber. The regulations provide for such purposes certain weekly minimum time.
2. Any inquiry can serve as the basis for introducing the draft resolution. in which the Court expresses its opinion.
After a preliminary discussion in the Council of Ministers Chairman of the Government may be put before the Congress of Deputies of confidence Po their program or any general political issue. The trust is pronounced, would vote for him if a simple majority of MPs.
1. The Congress of Deputies may put the issue on the political responsibility of the Government by a ruling of no confidence in the absolute majority of votes.
2. Resolution of no confidence should be offered at least one tenth of the members and shall include the bidder wins the candidacy for the post of Prime Minister.
3. Resolution of no confidence must not be put to a vote earlier than five days from the date of its submission. During the first two days of that period can be made for alternative resolution.
4. If a resolution of no confidence is not passed by Congress, signed his deputies can not make another offer for the duration of that session.
1. If Congress refuses to trust the Government, he shall submit his resignation to the King, and then appointed the new chairman of the Government in accordance with the provisions of Article 99.
2. If Congress passes a resolution of no confidence, the Government submits a letter of resignation to the King, and the candidate presented by decree, is considered kak won the confidence of the House in accordance with Article 99. The king appointed him chairman of the Government.
1. Prime Minister after a preliminary discussion in the Council of Ministers and under our sole responsibility may propose the dissolution of the Congress, the Senate or the Cortes Generales, which must be declared by decree of the King. The decree of dissolution is the date of the election.
2. The proposal for dissolution may not be represented at the consideration of the resolution of no confidence.
3. The dissolution can not be made earlier than one year after the previous one, except in the cases provided for in Article 99.5.
1. Constitutional law regulates the declaration of a state of anxiety, a state of emergency and martial law, and sets the appropriate permissions and limits.
2. An alarm condition is declared by decree of the Government, adopted in the Council of Ministers for a period not exceeding fifteen days, with soobscheniem this Congress of Deputies, which in this case is going to immediately and without whose permission can not be extended the deadline. The decree defines the territory of the country in which it is applied.
3. A state of emergency is declared by government decree, adopted in the Council of Ministers, with the prior approval of the Congress of Deputies. The resolution and the state of emergency should clearly define the purpose for which it is introduced, part of the area covered by, and its expiration date, which can not exceed thirty days. The term may be extended for the same period with the same conditions.
4. The state of siege declared golocov an absolute majority in the Congress of Deputies and at the sole request of the Government. Congress defines a part of the territory covered by the siege. terms and conditions of its validity.
5. It can not be done at the time of the dissolution of the Congress of the actions of any of the conditions referred to in this article. When they are declared, if this is not in session, the meeting shall be convened automatically Chambers. The activities of the Chambers, as well as the activities of other constitutional authorities of the State. can not be interrupted during the period of the above conditions. When Congress dissolved or duration of his mandate has expired and circumstances need to be declared any of these conditions, the permanent commission accepts the authority of Congress.
6. Alarm Settings declaration of a state of emergency and martial law, and does not alter the principle of the responsibility of the Government and its representatives recognized by the Constitution and laws.