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A constitution is a framework for government, and serves as a set of founding principles for the entity.

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usurping a judicial function. Even without an explicit separation of powers, the mere existence of a constitution, or of a court, recognizes the rule of law, which in turn gives an implicit … .) P.S.: Response to Samuel Russell's comment Samuel Russell writes: "Putland's analysis in that blog post relies on the US constitution to make an argument in relation to Australia..." Not quite. My …
answered May 14 '13 by Gavin R. Putland