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    The Constitution of United States The constitution is considered as the supreme and the highest law in the United States of America. The American constitution consists of seven articles. The first three articles of the constitution show the separation of government authority into three units including legislative, the executive and the judicial. The fourth, fifth and sixth articles state the responsibilities and duties of the government of the America and the seventh article outlines the…

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    Should the UK constitution remain uncodified? There are many arguments for and against codifying the UK’s constitution. Arguments in favour of codification include: the increased stability this would bring to the constitution; it would bring an end to the possibility of ‘elected dictatorships’; citizens’ rights would be more effectively protected and the constitution would be judicable, allowing its provisions to be protected by neutral judges. On the other hand, there are counter arguments…

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    the first constitution and idea of a representative government first came into existence with the creation of the United States’ constitution. However, six hundred years prior to that creation, a group of native tribes came together and forged the America’s true first constitution. Through this creation, a powerful nation, known as the Haudenosaunee, or known as to Europeans the Iroquois Nation, became an important part in the shaping of the Americas. The creation of this constitution would…

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    States Constitution has remained the world 's oldest living constitution. As I read through the preamble, it takes me back inside the National Archives,where I was studying monumental landmarks and artifacts three years ago. There stood, the United States Constitution in a glass compartment, eloquently representing “We the People of the United States.” Through all their efforts the framers established a Constitutional Republic-- a new government granted power by its citizens. “The Constitution…

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    agricultural and tourism industry. In 1974, Grenada was given its Constitution by an Act of Parliament. However, as of November 24th, 2016, the voting population will be called upon to cast their votes on proposed changes to the Constitution in a national referendum. Before delving into the whole issue of constitution reform, let us first define some terms. According to Dr. Wayne Sandiford in an open lecture on constitution reform, the constitution is defined as “The fundamental law that…

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    Tram 1 Tram Bui Ms.Mirlees Law CLU3M1-01 11 October 2015 The Canadian constitution is the country's supreme law and its “blueprint” takes control over all laws within the country as it sets specific guidelines for each Canadian individual regardless of how much or little power and wealth they possess. The constitution expresses how a country governs itself, and accommodates boundaries and rules that define what is a right or wrongful action of the government ( Ualawccsprod.…

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    Charles Hughs, a former Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, once commented that “We are under the constitution, but the constitution is what the judges say it is…” This comment depicts the importance of judicial interpretation of Constitutions not only in South Africa, but around the world. I argue that the South African Constitution allows for the constant evolution of itself, through changes in interpretations, to best fit the current social needs of the society and promote…

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    In the constitution there are 7 principles which are the main structures of the constitution. Theses 7 principles are the guidelines that the Founding Fathers came up with. The 7 Principles of the Constitution reflect the Political Philosophy and Political Ideology of the Founding Fathers.The names of the seven key Founding Fathers were George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, John Jay, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton.The objectives of the 7 Principles of the…

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    The constitution was made to guard against tyranny. It guards against tyranny by splitting up the power. The Bill of Rights are made up of the first 10 amendments. The amendments lists the rules or prohibitions on the government's power. The government wanted to protect individual freedoms and to prevent the government from abusing its power The power is divided between three branches in the constitution. The legislative branch in the constitution helps to enforce laws. The…

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    The United States (US) constitution was composed in 1787 and ratified in 1788, and has the Bill of Rights, 7 articles and etc. The US constitution is the central government of the whole United States. The North Carolina (NC) constitution has three different constitutions all written and ratified at different dates and times. The constitution has 14 articles, all of which has all power and legal standing in the state of North Carolina. The US and the North Carolina Constitution have mostly the…

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