Qatar: The Permanent Constitution of Qatar
|Qatar: The Permanent Constitution of Qatar
| Date of adoption
|8 June 2004|
| Entry into force
|8 June 2005|
|Text versions|| Arabic
– Official Journal Issue No. 6 (8 June 2005), p.7. Retrieved from:
|Art. 38 of the constitution stipulates that no citizen of the state of Qatar shall ever be exiled from the country or denied re-entry.
Art. 41 of the constitution establishes that Qatari citizenship and the rules governing it are to be prescribed by laws, which shall have the same power as the constitution.
Art. 52 states that every person who is a legal resident of the State shall enjoy protection to his person and property in accordance with the provisions of the law.
Art. 57 establishes a duty for all those who reside in Qatar or enter its territory to respect its constitution, abide by its laws, maintain public order and morality, and observe national traditions and customs.
Art. 58 prohibits the extradition of political refugees and determines that the conditions for granting political asylum shall be established by law.