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Constitutional Law Books

This section contains free e-books and guides on Constitutional Law, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.

Comparative and European Public law

The note focuses on public comparative law and on EU law. It also analyses the different legal traditions of the world in their interrelations with constitutional designs, as well as on the regulation of economic activities having recourse to the comparative method.

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The Principles of Masonic Law A Treatise on the Constitutional Laws, Usages And Landmarks

This book explains things very well and provides a better understanding of the Masonic principles.

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The general principles of constitutional law in the United States of America

This book presents succinctly the general principle of constitutional law, whether they pertain to the federal system, or to the state system, or to both.

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Constitution of Malta Arrangement of Articles (PDF 80P)

This guide explains the following topics: The Republic of Malta and its Territories, Declaration of Principles, Citizenship , Fundamental Rights and Freedoms of the Individual, Parliament, The President, Composition of Parliament, Powers and Procedure of Parliament, Summoning, Prorogation and Dissolution, The Judiciary, Finance and The Public Service.

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The Belgium Constitution Constitutional Law (PDF 64P)

This guide explains the following topics related to Belgium Constitution: general political objectives of federal Belgium, Belgians and their rights, powers, judicial power, Council of State and administrative courts, provincial and municipal institutions, armed forces and the police service and the entry into force and transitional provisions.

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The fundamental law of Hungary (PDF 51P)

The Fundamental Law of Hungary, the country's constitution, was adopted on 18 April 2011, promulgated a week later and entered into force on 1 January 2012. As Hungary's first constitution adopted within a democratic framework and following free elections, it succeeded the 1949 Constitution, originally adopted on 20 August 1949 and heavily amended on 23 October 1989. The 1949 Constitution was Hungary's first permanent written constitution, and until its replacement, the country was the only former Eastern Bloc nation that did not adopt an entirely new constitution after the fall of Communism.

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Sources on the Second Amendment and Rights to Keep and Bear Arms in State Constitutions US

These materials can be useful for discussing how the Second Amendment ought to be interpreted. Author intentionally include more materials here than any teacher will likely use, to give people flexibility in picking and choosing.

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The Constitution of Finland The Ministry of Justice (PDF 25P)

This note covers the following topics: Fundamental provisions, Basic rights and liberties, The Parliament and the Representatives, Parliamentary activity, The President of the Republic and the Government, Legislation, State finances, International relations, Administration of justice, Supervision of legality, Administration and self government, National defence and Final provisions.

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Canadian Constitutional Documents

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The constitution of Republic of Poland

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Constitutional Law of Republic of Bulgaria

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The Constitutional Law of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (PDF 36P)

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The Constitution of the Republic of Latvia

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Constitution of the Italian Republic (PDF 43P)

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Constitution of the Republic of Lithuania

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Constitution of Romania

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Social Rights and the rule of law (PDF 19P)

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