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On January 6, 1986 the Constitution came into force. CHAPTER I - STRUCTURE OF THE STATE CHAPTER II - GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF NATIONAL POLICY CHAPTER III - FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS CHAPTER IV - CITIZENSHIP CHAPTER V - THE LEGISLATURE CHAPTER VI - THE EXECUTIVE CHAPTER VII - THE JUDICIARY CHAPTER VIII - POLITICAL PARTIES AND ELECTIONS CHAPTER IX - EMERGENCY POWERS CHAPTER X - AUTONOMOUS PUBLIC COMMISSIONS CHAPTER XI - MISCELLANEOUS CHAPTER XII - AMENDMENTS CHAPTER - XIII - TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS SCHEDULE Realizing from many experiences during the course of our national existence which culminated in the Revolution of April 12, 1980, when our Constitution of July 26, 1847 was suspended, that all of our people, irrespective of history, tradition, creed, or ethnic background are of one common body politic; Exercising our natural, inherent and inalienable rights to establish a framework of government for the purpose of promoting unity, liberty, peace, stability, equality, justice and human rights under the rule of law, with opportunities for political, social, moral, spiritual and cultural advancement of our society, for ourselves and for our posterity; and Having resolved to live in harmony, to practice fraternal love, tolerance and understanding as a people and being fully mindful of our obligation to promote African unity and international peace and cooperation, All power is inherent in the people.
All free governments are instituted by their authority and for their benefit and they have the right to alter and reform the same when their safety and happiness so require.
Such person shall be entitled to counsel at every stage of the investigation and shall have the right not to be interrogated except in the presence of counsel.
Any admission or other statements made by the accused in the absence of such counsel shall be deemed inadmissible as evidence in a court of law.d) (i) All accused persons shall be bailable upon their personal recognizance or by sufficient sureties, depending upon the gravity of the charge, unless charged for capital offenses or grave offenses as defined by law.e) No person charged, arrested, restricted, detained or otherwise held in confinement shall be subject to torture or inhumane treatment; nor shall any person except military personnel, be kept or confined in any military facility; nor shall any person be seized and kept among convicted prisoners or treated as a convict, unless such person first shall have been convicted of a crime in court of competent jurisdiction.
The Supreme Court, pursuant to its power of judicial review, is empowered to declare any inconsistent laws unconstitutional.
All persons, at all times, in an orderly and peaceable manner, shall have the right to assemble and consult upon the common good, to instruct their representatives, to petition the Government or other functionaries for the redress of grievances and to associate fully with others or refuse to associate in political parties, trade unions and other organizations.
Non-Liberian residents may be expelled from the Republic of Liberia for cause.
All persons shall be entitled to freedom of thought, conscience and religion and no person shall be hindered in the enjoyment thereof except as may be required by law to protect public safety, order, health, or morals or the fundamental rights and freedoms of others.
The principles contained in this Chapter shall be fundamental in the governance of the Republic and shall serve as guidelines in the formulation of legislative, executive and administrative directives, policy-making and their execution.a) aim at strengthening the national integration and unity of the people of Liberia, regardless of ethnic, regional or other differences, into one body politic; and the Legislature shall enact laws promoting national unification and the encouragement of all citizens to participate in government;b) preserve, protect and promote positive Liberian culture, ensuring that traditional values which are compatible with public policy and national progress are adopted and developed as an integral part of the growing needs of the Liberian society;c) take steps, by appropriate legislation and executive orders, to eliminate sectionalism and tribalism, and such abuses of power as the misuse of government resources, nepotism and all other corrupt practices.
The Republic shall, because of the vital role assigned to the individual citizen under this Constitution for the social, economic and political well being of Liberia, provide equal access to educational opportunities and facilities for all citizens to the extent of available resources.