Diário da República

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The Diário da República ( DR ) is the official publication medium and legal gazette of the Portuguese Republic . The Diário da República has been published under the current name since 1976, after the new constitution came into force , previously the medium was called Diário do Governo . It is printed and bound by the National Printing House , Imprensa Nacional-Casa da Moeda , SA (INCM), which is also responsible for managing the publication on the Internet by the Diário da República Electrónico . A pdf reader is required to use it.

In the Diário da República, in accordance with Article 119 of the Portuguese Constitution, international conventions and their ratifications, laws and ordinances, ordinances of the President , the decisions of the Assembleia da República and the regional assemblies of Madeira and the Azores, and decisions of the Constitutional Court and the others , relating to Portugal are recorded Courts published. Laws and the like do not apply until they have been published in the Diário da República. The Diário da República consists of two, previously three series. Laws, ordinances and court decisions are published in the first series, other decisions and public competition decisions in the second series.

Since July 1, 2006, it has been sufficient to publish a law in a legally binding manner via the Internet; the printed version is only available to a few special customers, such as B. the National Archives .

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