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

The Constitution is a framework for , and serves as a set of founding principles for the entity. Constitutions are generally held to be the supreme in the entity they govern, and establish limitations on the governments' actions.

The first use of a constitution was discovered in 1877 by Ernest de Sarzec, and dates to c. 2300 B.C. Sumeria. The term constitution is derived from the Latin word constitutio, and referred to regulations and orders by an entity. Taken from Wikipedia

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