The Fundamentals of a Constitution [Myanmar]

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This publication is only available in electronic format
Published: 
18 April 2017
Language: 
မြန်မာဘာသာ
Pages: 
12
Author(s): 
Nora Hedling

This Constitution Brief provides basic information about the nature and functions of constitutions and is intended for use by constitution-makers and other democratic actors and stakeholders in Myanmar.

Contents

1. What is a constitution?

2. What is a constitution meant to do?

3. What is a constitution not meant to do?

4. How are constitutions made, changed and replaced?

5. Processes of major constitutional change

References and further reading

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