• A constitution is a set of fundamental principles according to which a state is governed. It is the basic design of the organisation and power of the government.
• Constitution is the collective name of all t
- The British constitution is a very flexible constitution. It can be amended, partially or wholly, by an ordinary law passed by the British parliament. There is no distinction between constitutional law and ordinary law and each can be amended or repealed or replaced by the British parliam
- Whether a constitution is written or unwritten, in its actual working several conventions always play a big role. Conventions can be defined as the unwritten rules of political morality or behaviour which are followed by successive power-holders/authorities for the sake of convenience or