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Elections '96: Relevant Constitutional Provisions

Original in Elot928 Greek

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Article 41, Paragraphs 2 and 3.

2. The President of the Republic shall dissolve the Parliament at the suggestion of a Government which has been given a vote of confidence, with a view to renewing its mandate in order to deal with a problem of extraordinary importance for the nation. The dissolution of the new Parliament for the same reason is prohibited.

3. The dissolution Decree countersigned, in the case of the aforegoing paragraph, by the Cabinet must at the same time comprise the proclamation of new elections within thirty days and the convocation of the new Parliament within another thirty days from the election.


Source: ICL: International Constitutional Law
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