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Article I Section 22 Pennsylvania Constitution – Standing Army; Military Subordinate to Civil Power

Article I Section 22 Pennsylvania Constitution

Article I Section 22 Constitution of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is about Standing Army; Military Subordinate to Civil Power. Article I is titled Declaration of Rights, it has a preamble and 29 sections.

Standing Army; Military Subordinate to Civil Power

No standing army shall, in time of peace, be kept up without the consent of the Legislature, and the military shall in all cases and at all times be in strict subordination to the civil power.


See also: Article I Section 21 Pennsylvania Constitution

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