The Significance of a Constitution and Constitutionality in a Democratic Society. Definition. Constitution is the body of fundamental doctrines and rules of a nation from which stem the duties and powers of the government and the duties and rights of the people. Constitution as a document.
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The Significance of a Constitution and Constitutionality in a Democratic Society
The Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
I The historical sources of the Constitution
II Basic provisions
III The protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms
IV The structure of the state power
V The Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia
VI Local and regional self-government
VII International relations
VIII Changes of the Constitution
IX Concluding provisions
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