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FOURTH SCHEDULE P6

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FOURTH SCHEDULE

(4)All appointments made during the said period to any office mentioned in the Third Schedule shall be deemed to have been validly made and shall not be called in question in or before any court,tribunal or authority on any ground whatsoever,and any person appointed under this said Proclamation to any such office during the said period and holding such office immediately before the date of commencement of the Constitution(Seventh Amendment)Act,1986(Act I of 1986), hereinafter in this paragraph referred to as the said Act shall,as from that date hold such office as if appointed to that office under this Constitution;and shall,as soon as practicable after that date, make and subscribe before the appropriate person and oath or affirmation in the form set out in the Third Schedule

(5)All appointments made by the Chief Martial law Administrator during the said period to any office or post which is continuing after the date of commencement of the said Act shall,as from that date,be deemed to be appointments made by the President

(6)All Ordinances and other laws in force immediately before the date of commencement of the said Act shall,subject to the Proclamation revoking the said Proclamation and withdrawing the Martial Law,continue in force until altered,amended or repealed by competent authority

(7)Upon the revocation of the said Proclamation and withdrawal of martial Law,this Constitution shall stand fully revived and restored and shall,subject to the provisions of this paragraph, have effect and operate as if it had never been suspended

(8)The revocation of the said Proclamation and withdrawal of Martial Law shall not revive or restore any right or privilege which was not existing at the time of such revocation and withdrawal

(9)The General Clauses Act,1987,shall apply to the said Proclamation,and all other Proclamations,Proclamation Orders,Chief Martial Law Administrator's Orders,Martial Law Regulations,Martial Law orders and Martial Law instructions made during the said period and also to the revocation of the said Proclamation and other Proclamations and the repeal of the said Proclamation Orders, Chief Martial Law Administrator's Order,Martial Law Regulations, Martial Law Orders and Martial Law Instructions as it applies to, and to the repeal of,an Act of Parliamation Orders,Chief Martial Law Administrator's Orders,Martial Law Regulations,Martial Law Orders and Martial Law Instructions and the Proclamation revoking the said Proclamation were all Acts of Parliament

(10)In this paragraph,"law" includes rules,regulations, bye-laws,orders,notifications and other instruments having the force of law]

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132[21.Ratification and confirmation of the appointment of Vice-President,etc
(1)The appointment of,and the administration of oath to the Chief Justice of Bangladesh as Vice-President on the 21st day of Agrahayan,1397 B.S. corresponding to the 6th day of December,1990 and the resignation tendered to him by the then President and all powers exercised,all laws and Ordinances made and all orders made,acts and things done,and actions taken,or purported to have been made,done or taken by the said Vice-President acting as President during the period between the 21st day of Agrahayan,1397 B.S. corresponding to the 6th day of December,1990 and the date of commencement of the Constitution(Eleventh Amendment)Act,1991 (Act No. XXIV of 1991)(both days inclusive)or till the new President elected under article 48(I) of the Constitution has entered upon his office (whichever is later),are hereby ratified and connfirmed and declared to have been validly made,administered,tendered, exercised,done and taken according to law

(2)The said Vice-President shall, after the commencement of the Constitution (Eleventh Amendment)Act,1991 (Act No. XXIV of 1991)and after the new President elected under this Constitution has entered upon his office,be eligible to resume the duties and responsibilities of the Chief Justice of Bangladesh and the period between the 21st day of Agrahayan,1397 B.S. corresponding to the 6th day of December,1990 and the date of which he resumes such duties and responsibilities shall be deemed to be the period of actual service within the meaning of section 2(a) of the Supreme Court Judges(Leave, Pension and Privileges)Ordinance,1982 (Ordinance No. XX of 1982)]

133[22.Notwithstanding anything contained in the Constitution, the Parliament functioning immediately before the commencement of the Constitution functioning immediately before the commencement of the Constitution(Twelfth Amendment) Act,1991(Act No. XXVIII of 1991) shall be deemed to have been duly elected and constituted in accordance with the Constitution and Law and shall continue to function under the provisions of article 72 of the Constitution]
23.Temporary special provision regarding women members in the Parliament
(1)For the residual period of the Parliament in existence at the time of the commencement of the Constitution(Fourteenth Amendment)Act,2004,there shall be reserved forty five seats exclusively for women members and they will be elected by the members of the Parliament in accordance with law on the basis of procedure of proportional representation in the Parliament through single transferable vote

(2)During the period mentioned in sub-paragraph (1),the Parliament shall consist of the three hundred members mentioned in clause (2) of article 65 and the forty five women members mentioned in sub-paragraph (1) of this paragraph


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