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What is constitution means
 Question Submitted By :: UPSC-Political-Science
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# 1
The structure and organisation of Government 
Is This Answer Correct ?    241 Yes 71 No
# 2
The rules and regulations formed :

1). By the people
2). To the people
3). For the people
Is This Answer Correct ?    240 Yes 73 No
Jagadeesh Krishna
# 3
a written document which difines the basic rights of the
governed and the limitation of the government.
Is This Answer Correct ?    200 Yes 51 No
King Umar
# 4
A constitution is set of rules for government—often
codified as a written document—that establishes principles
of an autonomous political entity. In the case of
countries, this term refers specifically to a national
constitution defining the fundamental political principles,
and establishing the structure, procedures, powers and
duties, of a government. By limiting the government's own
reach, most constitutions guarantee certain rights to the
people. The term constitution can be applied to any overall
law that defines the functioning of a government, including
several historical constitutions that existed before the
development of modern national constitutions.
Is This Answer Correct ?    144 Yes 25 No
Ajibola . S. Obafemi
# 5
constitution is refers as a body that agreed ruels and
principles starting how the power of governing a country
are given and how these powers are to be exercised
Is This Answer Correct ?    164 Yes 62 No
# 6
constitution is the supreme law of the land, no other law
or government action can supersede the provisions of the
Is This Answer Correct ?    122 Yes 31 No
Tsietsi Mmutle
# 7
a constitution is a basic principle that governed the rule
of a particular society it can be written or unwritten.
Is This Answer Correct ?    92 Yes 29 No
Aliyusisa Ado Abdullahi
# 8
is in binding rule of the land which govern the government
in regard to it's potential existence,all bodies adhere to
the law of the contitution and it's structure
Is This Answer Correct ?    84 Yes 27 No
# 9
a constitution is estsablished/created by the soveriegn people. 
Is This Answer Correct ?    78 Yes 31 No
Edah Langote
# 10
Is This Answer Correct ?    98 Yes 61 No

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