A law is approved by The Congress, signed by the President and published in the Official Journal of the Federation (in Spanish: Diario Oficial de la Federación) or DOF. Each law in its transitional articles (Transitorios) indicates when the law enters into force (came into force) and, if necessary, which law it repeals and replaces. Regulations are prepared by the executive to establish the administration of the act. They are signed by the President and published in the DOF. A canon law promulgated by the Pope (or with his consent in the case of laws promulgated by a council or ecumenical congregation) is promulgated when it is published in Acta Apostolicae Sedis and has the force of law by default three months after its promulgation.  Laws promulgated by bishops and some councils are promulgated in various ways, but by default come into force one month after their promulgation.  Bills must be promulgated by the President and subsequently published in the Official Journal Monitorul Oficial. The Federal President has a duty to enact and pass laws correctly, unless he deems them „manifestly unconstitutional”. The extent to which they must be convinced of the violation of the Constitution in order to refuse to pronounce it is the subject of heated debate. 69 Reinsch, op. cit.
cit., Chapter IV; Aumann, op. cit. cit., 12, 22, 25. This ambiguity can be explained by the distinction between legal theory and the administration of justice in the early Colonies of New England. Although mosaic tablets and the Bible were generally only secondary sources of the law, God`s inviolable sovereignty was an essential part of Puritan teaching. Thus, the Massachusetts Body of Liberties was not really enacted as law, but the court had the power to consider it a code of rules with full legal force. See Morris, op. cit.
cit., 30-38; Aumann, op. cit. cit., 10-11; 58–61; Miller, , The New England Mind, 197-198Google Scholar; Parrington, Principal Currents of American Thought, Chapter III; Reinsch, op. cit. Cit., 13-16; Figgis, , Divine Right of Kings, 223.Google Scholar 65 „With the Progress of Civilization. what would otherwise have remained common is appropriate for certain classes. The law perfects its language, takes a scientific direction, and as it once existed in the consciousness of the community, it is now transferred to jurists. The law is now more artificial… Savigny,, De la vocation de notre époque pour la législation et la jurisprudence (Trans, par Howard, ), 28.Google Scholar According to canon 7 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, Lex institur promulgaturcode: lat promu au code: la (A law is introduced when it is promulgated).
 This is an ancient provision of canon law of the Latin rite, which in its plural form dates back to the Latin formulation of the great codifier of canon law of the twelfth century, Gratian: Leges instituuntur promulgatedurcode: lat promoted to the code: the (Laws are introduced when they are promulgated). 74 „It should be noted that a considerable part of the opposition to English common law came from sources which were not patriotic or political in nature or which were influenced by the dictates of a particular interest. This was an opposition derived from a slightly different set of circumstances and can be explained in the context of the border worker`s usual opposition to scientific law. Aumann, op. cit. cit., page 82 to declare, to proclaim, to proclaim, to proclaim and to proclaim means to render public. declaring implies explanation and usually formality in disclosure. The referee stated that the contest was a draw announcement involving the declaration of something for the first time. Announcing their involvement in a party proclamation means declaring them clear, energetic and authoritarian. The president who has proclaimed a day of national mourning means the proclamation of a dogma, doctrine or law. proclaimed an edict of religious tolerance 39 Ibid., bk.
I, chap. II. II, 185. The common law point where this idea of representation is reduced to mere conjecture has not been established, and since Bentham is indignant, it is hardly worth trying to establish it. Lawyers of such stature as Fortescue, St. Germain and Coke, although confronted with the fact that knowledge of the law is an incessant condition of obedience to the law, do not advocate any theory or fiction of representation to justify the presumption of legal knowledge. According to Saint-Germain, the law takes its name from the way it is promulgated; Human law must therefore have a human proclamation by the prince. Fortescue, whom Coke would have followed on this point, explicitly states that the statutes, which are themselves only proclamations of natural law and custom, enter into the nature of the statutes only when they are published and ordered by the authority of the prince to be followed. 60 The attached reasons will serve as a technical brief.
a kind of guide in cases where the law was unknown: it would be possible to assess in advance what its regulation would look like. Ibid., 161.47 „For a law to be respected, it is necessary that it be known; for it to be known, it must be proclaimed. [but] to proclaim the English laws as they currently exist; Stacking the decisions of the judges at the head of the statutes of the parliament would be chimerical; it would be a question of presenting the seas to those who are thirsty; it would do nothing for the mass of people who would not be able to understand them. Ibid., vol. I, 157. „It is not so much the science of law that produces the disputes, but ignorance about it.” Cicero, , De Legibus (Translated by Yonge, ), 406.Google Scholar 4 Wigmore provides a notable exception, namely the Japanese code of 1790, whose heading dictates that it „cannot be seen by anyone other than the affected officials”. Panorama of World Legal Systems, vol. II, pp. 483-484. They were distributed in the manuscript only for the use of officials. and were not addressed to the people.
Ibid.`s explanation Wigmore of this apparent contradictio ad absurdum refers to a conception of justice that prevailed then, the belief in a „rule of men” and not in a „rule of law”. Laws, he says, are orders to leaders that don`t need to be widely disseminated. After the „burning of the books” (Chow`s Code, 212 B.C.C.), the sovereign decreed: „Whoever wants to know the laws can go to the magistrate and read them.” Wigmore, op. cit. cit., Vol. I, 158. Plato does not address the problem of proclamation, because he refers to the „domination of men”, because in the ideal state there is no place for an average rule, for the fair treatment of similar cases or for crystallized intelligence. Plato`s codes are introduced with the restoration of the law to its second best state of statesman and laws, when the divinely mad philosopher king and his art are handed over to an imaginary tutelage and space is created for habit, convention and law. In ancient Chinese philosophy, Confucius` well-quoted saying, „Let the people abide by the law, but do not let them be taught in it,” is explained by these words. Confucius believed that the only true government was one based on the unbridled virtue of the men in power.
„I can try on a suit as well as other men,” he says, „but the great thing is that there won`t be a law.” See Analects, bk. XII. Bills must be approved by the Legislative Assembly, signed and promulgated by the Chief Executive. They must be published in the Official Journal of Boletim. „The impression of an inner principle,” said Thomas Aquinas, „is to natural things what the proclamation of the law is to men; because the law, by proclaiming it, inculcates in man a directive principle of human action. Proclamation is the essence of the law and a sine qua non of legal obligation. This is true both logically and historically. Laws and derivative laws are promulgated by the Swedish government and published in the Swedish Code (Swedish: Svensk författningssamling). According to ancient custom, a law of Tynwald, the island`s legislature, only came into force when it was „promulgated” during an open-air session of Tynwald, which usually took place on St. John`s Day (June 24) on Tynwald Hill on St.
John`s Day, but since the adoption of the Gregorian calendar in 1753 on June 5. July (or the following Monday if July 5 is a Saturday or Sunday. .