19 ADDITIONAL AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
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
The Constitution protects and respects the historic rights foralnyh territories. Overall improvement foralnyh rights shall, if necessary, B under the Constitution and statutes of autonomy.
The position of the majority, stated in Article 12 of this Constitution, does not negate the standards set out in foralnom law in the field of private law.
Changing economic and tax status of the Canarian archipelago requires a preliminary report Autonomous Communities or temporary autonomous Bodies.
In the Autonomous Communities of Spain, with more than one organ of the judiciary, the relevant Statutes of Autonomy may maintain the existing judiciary, distributing powers between them, but always in accordance with the provisions of the Organic Law of the Judicial Authority and taking into account the principles of it. unity and independence.
In the territories, using a temporary autonomous status, their highest representative bodies may, on the basis of a decision taken by an absolute majority of its members to carry out self-petition under paragraph 2 of Article 143 and entrusted to the meeting of representatives of the relevant provincial or inter-island to organs.
The territories have adopted in the past by means of a referendum on the statute of autonomy and having, at the time of publication of the present Constitution, the temporary autonomous status may immediately take the measures referred to in paragraph 2 of Article 148, as soon as their supreme representative bodies preavtonomnye it will solve an absolute majority of the votes and this will inform the Government. Draft Charter of Autonomy shall be prepared in accordance with the provisions of Article 151.2 on the initiative preavtonomnogo representative body.
Exercise of the right application for the autonomy that comes from the local representative bodies or their members, provided for in Article 143, shall be subject to the petition co all the consequences before the first local elections after the entry into force of the Constitution.
1. For Navarre, about its place in the Basque General Council or to the Basque autonomy, its replacement, as opposed to under Article 143, the initiative of the right of petition belongs to the corresponding foralnomu body that takes this decision by a majority vote of the members constituting it. For the legality of the petition also requires the approval decision of the relevant authority foralnogo referendum held for that purpose, and its approval by a majority of the valid votes.
2. If this application is not approved, it can be re-applied in a different period of the mandate foralnogo appropriate authority and, in any case, after the minimum period specified in Article 143.
Ceuta and Melilla may form an autonomous Community if their municipal Councils so decide absolute majority of its members, and if the decision is approved by the Cortes Generales organic zakonom, in the manner prescribed in Article 144.
If the Constitutional Commission sent several draft statutes of autonomy, it shall decide on them in the order they are received, and the two-month deadline set in state151 from the date when the Commission study of graduates from the project or projects considered by it in order poryadke.
Temporary autonomous bodies shall be considered dissolved in the following cases:
a) after the establishment of bodies in the Statutes of Autonomy and taken in accordance with the Constitution.
b) If a petition for autonomy does not receive a complete failure due to the conditions stipulated in Article 143,
c) if the authority fails to make a law that recognizes them for the first transitional provision within three years.
1. House of Endorsers of this Constitution, start, after its entry into force, the implementation of the functions and powers assigned to it vedeniyu Congress and the Senate. Their term of office will expire no later than 15 June 1981.
2. In regard to the provisions of Article 99, the promulgation of the Constitution is regarded as the constitutional basis for their application. Since the promulgation of open trinadtsatidnevny deadline for entry into force of the provisions referred to in the article. During this time, the current Chairman of the Government, which shall perform the functions and powers provided for by the Constitution such a position can either use the powers granted to him by Article 115, or by resigning to commence with the provisions provided for in Article 99, remaining in dannom case, the position set out in paragraph 2 of Article 101.
3 In the event of the dissolution of the Chamber, in accordance with Article 115, and if you did not apply the provisions of Articles 68 and 69, in the election of the previously existing rules apply, except that the provisions of ineligibility or nesovmestimosgi posts will be directly applicable provisions of the Constitution, contained in Paragraph 16 of Article 70 and the provisions of the age from which comes the right to vote and the provisions contained in Article 69.3.
After three years after the election of the first members of the Constitutional Court will be assigned by lot to a group of four members who are elected on the same terms as the terms that are to be retired and change. Two of them must be from among the designated on the proposal of the Government, and two - on the proposal of the General Council of the Judiciary. In the same way even after three years members will be identified two groups with respect to which was not previously provedena draw. After that come into effect the provisions of paragraph 3 of Article 159.