The distinctive features of a constitution

The distinctive features of a constitution

Generality:

A constitution provides the general principle of a state and carry on foundation and sets out general framework of the law and the government. Other laws provide the details of the subject for which they are created.




Permanency:

Unlike laws, constitution is made for undefined period of time. That means constitution serve for a long lap (round) of ages.

It is purposely made to be stable and permanent.  On the contrary, other laws are tentative, occasional/irregular and in the nature of temporary existence.

 Supremacy:

Constitution is the highest law of the country.

All laws they confirm to it.

 Codified (arranged) document:




It is an organized document.                                            

Constitutions are written down often in a single document that presents the constitution in a systematic manner.

 Allocation of powers:

It distributes powers and functions to government and

It specifies the rights and duties of governments and citizens who can do what, to whom, and under what circumstances (conditions).

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