Vol. 4, Issue 6 (2018)
Most countries of the world have a written constitution and most are amiable amendment and very few exhibit rigidity and therefore difficult to amend. However only a handful countries, Israel, New-Zealand, and UK have no written constitution Also conventions are separate matter and are not characteristics of constitution but it forms an extension of a constitution. It is the author desire therefore to address the relationship convention and other legal supplements share with a constitution. These legal documents are not themselves in form of written constitution, but they appear in form of assembled information that may be seen in published magazines and other legal documents. Therefore also included in this article will be conventions, judicial review, statutes (organic law). But constitution of every country is different, because different historical contexts have generated different preoccupations and priorities but certain features and functions exist that may be associated with constitution in general, and this will be exploited.
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