Article 44 of the charter
"In case the NCPO chief sees the need for the sake of the reform in different issues, to promote national unity and reconciliation, to prevent, stop or suppress any conduct that is a threat to the peace and order or the security of the monarchy, economy or the state, no matter if it takes place within or outside the Kingdom, the NCPO chief, with the approval of the NCPO, can order to stop or order any conduct, no matter if it will have an effect as administrative, legislative or judicial conducts. The conduct and the consequences following the order should be deemed legal and final according to this Constitution. However, after making the order, the NCPO chief must inform the National Legislative Assembly chairman and the prime minister quickly."
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