CONSTITUTION OF THE NATION ARGENTINA sanctioned by NATIONAL CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION on March 11, 1949 Preamble Part.Fundamental principles Chapter I Form of government and policy statements Chapter II Rights, obligations and guarantees of personal liberty Chapter III Rights of the worker, the family, old age and education and culture Chapter IV The social function of property, capital and economic activity Part II. Authorities of the Nation First Title. Federal Government Section One. Legislative Power Chapter I of the House of Representatives Chapter II The Senate Chapter III Provisions common to both Houses Chapter IV Powers of Congress Chapter V Making and enactment of laws Section II.Executive Power Chapter I Its nature and duration Chapter II Procedure and time of the election of the president and vice president of the Nation Chapter III Powers of the Executive Chapter IV of the Executive ministers Section Three. The Judiciary Chapter I The nature and duration Chapter II Powers of the Judiciary Second Title Provincial Governments Transitory Provisions Given in the Assembly Hall of the Honorable National Constituent Assembly, in Buenos Aires, on the eleventh day of March one thousand nine hundred forty-nine. Domingo A. Merchant, President Mario M. Goizueta, secretary Bernardino H. Garaguso, secretary Part Fundamental principles Chapter I Form of government and political declarations Art1 – La Naci n Argentina for their government adopts the federal republican representative form, as provided in this Constitution. Section 2 – The Federal Government supports the Roman Catholic Apostolic religion. Article 3 – The authorities in the Federal Government residing in the city to be declared Capital of the Republic by a special act of Congress, after an assignment made by one or more provincial legislatures of the territory to be federalized. Article 4 – The Federal Government provides government spending with funds from the National Treasury, composed of the proceeds of import and export rights, the fundamental economic activity performed, services rendered and sale or lease of goods domain the national state of the other taxes imposed by Congress, and loans and credit transactions Congress to punish the same case of national emergencies or for public utilities. Art5 – Each province shall enact its own constitution under the republican representative system, in accordance with the principles, declarations and guarantees of the National Constitution, ensuring its administration of justice, municipal regime, primary education and cooperation required by the Federal Government to enforce the Constitution and laws of the Nation enacted in pursuance thereof. Under these conditions, the Federal Government guarantees each province the full exercise of its institutions. Art