a form of government in which there are effective constraints on the power of the government The government can be held accountable for its actions by the people
of benefit to or intended to benefit your physical makeup; "constitutional walk"
In accordance with, or authorized by, the constitution of a state or a society; as, constitutional reforms
a regular walk taken as a form of exercise sanctioned by or consistent with or operating under a constitution; "the constitutional right of free speech"; "constitutional government"; "constitutional guarantees"
Regulated by, dependent on, or secured by, a constitution; as, constitutional government; constitutional rights
Constitutional means relating to the constitution of a particular country or organization. Political leaders are making no progress in their efforts to resolve the country's constitutional crisis. a walk you take because it is good for your health. Constitutional Act Constitutional Convention Constitutional Democratic Party Constitutional Laws of 1875 constitutional monarchy Friends of Constitutional Government
sanctioned by or consistent with or operating under a constitution; "the constitutional right of free speech"; "constitutional government"; "constitutional guarantees"
A classification of individuals based on physical characteristics or body constitution or on an asserted relationship between physical characteristics and a tendency to either suffer from a disease or have other characteristics
A constitutional court is a high court that deals primarily with constitutional law. Its main authority is to rule on whether or not laws that are challenged are in fact unconstitutional, i.e. whether or not they conflict with constitutionally established rights and freedoms
or Canada Bill (1791) British law repealing certain portions of the Quebec Act of 1774. The new act provided a more democratic constitution for the area, establishing an elected legislature for each province, the first in that part of Canada, and a governor and an executive council appointed by the crown. Bills could originate in the legislature, but they could be disallowed by the crown
the meeting of representatives in 1787 in Philadelphia that led to the writing of the Constitution of the United States. (May-September 1787) Assembly that drafted the Constitution of the United States. All states but Rhode Island sent delegates in response to a call by the Annapolis Convention for a meeting in Philadelphia to amend the Articles of Confederation. The delegates decided to replace the Articles with a document that strengthened the federal government. An important issue was the apportioning of legislative representation. Two plans were presented: the Virginia plan, favoured by the large states, apportioned representatives by population or wealth; the New Jersey plan, favoured by the small states, provided for equal representation for each state. A compromise established the bicameral Congress to ensure both equal and proportional representation. The document was approved on September 17 and sent to the states for ratification
or Kadet Russian political party advocating a radical change in Russian government toward a constitutional monarchy like Britain's. It was founded in October 1905 by the Union of Liberation and other liberals associated with the zemstvos. Its members, called Kadets, dominated the first Duma in 1906 but were less successful thereafter. After the Bolsheviks seized power in 1917, the party was outlawed and ceased to function
In France, a series of fundamental laws that, taken collectively, came to be known as the constitution of the Third Republic. It established a two-house legislature (with an indirectly elected Senate as a conservative check on the popularly elected Chamber of Deputies); a Council of Ministers responsible to the Chamber; and a president with powers resembling those of a constitutional monarch. It left untouched many aspects of the French governmental structure
A large meeting, reprenting all states, which is called to hear proposals for amendments to the Constitution It can be used to refer specifically to the body of men who wrote the original U S Constitution That convention was attended by delegates from all the original thirteen states, except Rhode Island Today a constitutional convention of delegaes from all the fifty states could be called by Congress to propose amendments to the U S Constitution
Law based on either federal or state constitutions Generally, it concerns the fundamental principles that regulate the relation between the government and its citizens The United States Supreme Court has ultimate authority to interpret the U S Constitution and decide the constitutionality of a law
A monarchy in which the powers of the ruler are restricted to those granted under the constitution and laws of the nation. System of government in which a monarch (see monarchy) shares power with a constitutionally organized government. The monarch may be the de facto head of state or a purely ceremonial leader. The constitution allocates the rest of the government's power to the legislature and judiciary. Britain became a constitutional monarchy under the Whigs; other constitutional monarchies include Belgium, Cambodia, Jordan, The Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Thailand
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