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When does a law promulgated by the president take effect?
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The Central Regulation Standard Act provides in Chapter 3 (The Enforcement of the Regulation) that laws and regulations shall take effect on the third day counting from the date of promulgation or issuance. The only exceptions are when a specific date of enforcement is set out in a particular law or regulation, in which case it shall take effect on the specific date. A law promulgated on September 1, for example, will take effect on September 3 except as otherwise provided.
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