Reflections on the Implications for Cyprus of Canadian and Comparative Constitutional Concepts and Ideas
Writing a constitution is an ongoing process. All countries are in a constant state of social and political evolution, and the constitutions which embody the broad goals and philosophy of their societies must reflect these changing conditions.
KeywordsFederal Government Conflict Resolution Constitutional Amendment English School Constitutional Change
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