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The Structure Of The Nigerian Government.

The new Constitution is based essentially on the report of a Committee which had collated the views expressed by Nigerians on the 1995 Draft Constitution, although that report

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افتراضي The Structure Of The Nigerian Government.

The new Constitution is based essentially on The report of a Committee which had collated The views expressed by Nigerians on The 1995 Draft Constitution, although that report was amended by The military government's Provisional Ruling Council. Nevertheless, The 1999 Constitution is, in many respects, also similar to The 1979 Constitution.

The Federal Republic of Nigeria is governed in accordance with The provisions of a Constitution. The most recent came into being in May, 1999, when The then out-going military Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar, promulgated a Decree recognising The new body of laws as The country's supreme document.

Significantly, The Constitution affirms that Nigeria is one indivisible and indissoluble sovereign state, whose constituent units are bound together by a Federal arrangement. It provides for a presidential system of government in which there is an Executive, a Legislature and a Judiciary, with each acting as a check and balance on The powers of The other two arms. The Constitution further provides for The operation of three tiers of government, at The Federal, State and Local levels. These provisions are binding on all authorities and persons throughout The Federation.

Federal Government is link with LEGISLATURE, EXECUTIVE, JUDICIARY

LEGISLATURE
EXECUTIVE
JUDICIARY
Senate National Assembly
President
Chief Justice
(Upper House) (Lower House) (Chief of State and Head of Govt.) (appointed by The president)
Senate President Speaker Vice President Supreme Court Deputy President Deputy Speaker Secretary to The Federal Govt. Court of Appeal Senate Committees House Committees
Ministers High Court The Legislature is in Charge of making laws, Controlling government expenditure and keeping The work of government under scrutiny and review. Special Assistants Magistrate's Court
Customary Sharia

Court Court The executive Carries out The law. Judges administer The law and dispense justice for these for these Courts

The Structure Of The Nigerian Government.

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