The Namibian Constitution is the supreme law in the country. No Namibian law may contradict the Namibian Constitution.
Article 44 of the Namibian Constitution gives Parliament a mandate to make laws. It states: “The legislative power of Namibia shall be vested in the National Assembly with the power to pass laws with the assent of the President as provided in this Constitution subject, where applicable, to the powers and functions of the National Council as set out in this Constitution.”
Acts of Parliament are being amended, replaced and repealed on a regular basis. To provide access to up-to-date laws as they stand today, Annotated Statute and Annotated Regulations can be found on the Legal Assistance Center (LAC) and Namibia Legal Information Institute ( NamibLII) websites.