From an answer in this question, I have learned that Venezuela has had 27 Constitutions.

As an American, who have only had one (or two, if you count the Articles of Confederation) this seems to be high to me. On the other hand, the American Constitution has been amended 18 or 27 times (depending on how one counts, as the first ten were ratified simultaneously).

Therefore, I ask how different have Venezuela's Constitutions been to one another and on average, how big has scope of their changes been?

  • The last one has the benefit of being totally ignored by the Socialists in power – K Dog Oct 16 at 20:13

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