When did Andorra make its constitution?

March 14, 1993
Andorra ratified a modern constitution on March 14, 1993, which provided for its independence and sovereignty as a “modern” representative democracy.

Does Andorra have its own government?

The politics of Andorra take place in a framework of a parliamentary constitutional monarchy, and a multi-party system. Executive power is exercised by the government, with the Head of Government of Andorra as chief executive. Legislative power is vested in both the government and parliament.

Does Andorra have freedom of speech?

Freedom of speech and press The constitution and law provide for freedom of speech and of the press. An independent press, an effective judiciary, and a functioning democratic political system are maintained.

Is Andorra a sovereign state?

Andorra, officially the Principality of Andorra, is a sovereign landlocked microstate on the Iberian Peninsula, in the eastern Pyrenees, bordered by France to the north and Spain to the south.

Who is the head of Andorra?

Xavier Espot Zamora
List of heads of government of Andorra

Head of Government of the Principality of Andorra Cap de Govern del Principat d’Andorra
Incumbent Xavier Espot Zamora since 16 May 2019
Member of Executive Council
Appointer General Council of Andorra
Term length Four years, renewable

Who is the head of state of Andorra?

Is Andorra a free country?

Andorra has a parliamentary system of government and regularly holds free and fair elections. Political rights and civil liberties are generally respected. However, the country has strict naturalization criteria, and more than 50 percent of the population consists of noncitizens who do not have the right to vote.

Who is the Prime Minister of Andorra?

Xavier Espot ZamoraSince 2019
Andorra/Prime minister

Is there a prince of Andorra?

Currently, the bishop of Urgell (Joan Enric Vives Sicília) and the president of France (Emmanuel Macron) serve as Andorra’s co-princes, following the transfer of the count of Foix’s claims to the Crown of France and, thence, to the president of France.