Comoros: Polity Style: 1975-2019

6 Jul 1975 Comoros are proclaimed an independent nation in accordance with a declaration passed by the Chambre des députés of the Territory of Comoros, session of the Chambre des députés, Moroni ("Corpus constitutionnel", Tome 2, fascicule 2, [Leiden: E.J.Brill, 1979], p. 543)
6 Jul 1975 - 9 Jul 1975 Comores = Juzur al-Qumr (جزر القمر) | Comoros
9 Jul 1975 islands of Mayotte, Anjouan, Mohéli and Grande Comore constitute the Comorian State (État Comorien) in accordance with an act passed by the Chambre des députés of the Comoros 8 Jul 1975, session of the Chambre des députés, Moroni (promulgated as a decree of the Head of State 9 Jul 1975) (JOEC, No. 387, 16 Jul 1975) [1]
9 Jul 1975 - 13 May 1977 État Comorien = Dawlat Juzur al-Qumr (دولة جزر القمر) | Comorian State
13 May 1977 - 23 May 1978 République Comorienne = Jumhūriyya Juzur al-Qumr (جمهورية جزر القمر) | Comorian Republic
23 May 1978 Constitution of 1977 is abolished, the Comoros are proclaimed a federal Islamic republic in accordance with a constitutional act passed by the Political-Military Directory 23 May 1978 ("Corpus constitutionnel", Tome 2, fascicule 2, [Leiden: E.J.Brill, 1979], p. 549)
23 May 1978 - 21 Jan 2002 République Fédérale Islamique des Comores = Jumhūriyya Juzur al-Qumr al-Ittiḥādiyya al-Islāmiyya (جمهورية جزر القمر الاتحادية الإسلامية) | Federal Islamic Republic of the Comoros
21 Jan 2002 - Union des Comores = al-Ittiḥād al-Qumriyy (الاتحاد القمري) | Union of the Comoros

[1] This act was not recognised by the administration of the island of Mayotte and had no effect on its territory.

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