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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Sovereignty Constitutional law Politics Politics of the United Kingdom Constitution of the United Kingdom Parliamentary sovereignty Constitutionalism Rule of law Constitution
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Law Political philosophy Philosophy of law Sovereignty Constitutional law Politics Politics of the United Kingdom Constitution of the United Kingdom Parliamentary sovereignty Constitutionalism Rule of law Constitution
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Simply a set of rules which establishes a governmental structure. Problem: it means any governmental framework, no matter how arbitrary, is a constitution. Power Should it have content Sartori: protection of people against abuse of power should be required. Makes the distinction between facade constitutions in which there is no protection and garantiste constitutions which fit his guidelines. Limited government should be important. Restriction is central. A just power structure. Justice History of struggles abuse of power facade constitutions have a precedence of causing issues. Rights have evolved and been fought for, both idealistically and physically. Written v unwritten; written is the usual practise however historically it has been used for the political form and practises of a State. ...
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