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The Columbian Institute for the Promotion of Arts and Sciences was a literary and science institution in Washington, D.C., founded by Dr. Edward Cutbush, a naval surgeon. Thomas Law had earlier suggested of such a society "at the seat of government." It was the first "learned society" established in Washington and was organized on Jsixteen years after the city was Extinction: Constitutional ordinance for the government of the Columbian Institute microform: passed on the eleventh of October, By Columbian : Columbian Institute.

• Duty to obey the constitution Article 4 The Constitution provides the norm of regulations. In all cases of incompatibility between the Constitution and the law or other legal regulations, the constitutional provisions will apply. It is the duty of citizens and of aliens in Colombia to obey the Constitution and the.

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Translated by Max Planck Institute, with updates by the Comparative Constitutions Project Colombia's Constitution of with Amendments through PDF generated: 12 Aug• Type of government envisioned Colombia is a social state under the rule of law, organized in the form of a unitary.

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The unitary constitutions of and inspired by President Simón Bolívar Palacio--gave considerable power to the central government at the expense of the departmental governments.

Constitutional analysts, the media and the opposition are up in arms against the government for promulgating ordinances on insurance, land acquisition, etc. Their argument is that an ordinance is an undemocratic path to lawmaking, whichis a function of the legislature.

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Article Any Columbian citizen, except for the limitations established by law, has the right to move about freely across the national territory, to enter and exit the country, and to remain and reside in Colombia.

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