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This essay presents meaning and nature of a constitution including the different forms of constitution.
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The Constitution is the fundamental law of the land. It may be a written instrument or a precise text or series of text enacted at a given time by a sovereign power; or it may be the result of a series of legislative acts, ordinances, judicial decisions, precedents and customs of diverse origin of value and importance. Other writers define constitution as follows: -the fundamental law of the state which organizes the government by distributing, regulating and ...
... must be signed by at least 12% of the total number of registered voters. 3. Every legislative district must be represented by at least 3% of the total number of registered voters therein. 4. The amendment of the constitution by virtue of the said petition must not take place within 5 years following the ratification of this constitution. 5. The said amendment must take place only once in every 5 years thereafter.
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