Definition of Constitution

- By Bahram Maskanian

Constitution is a dynamic written social governing contract, a set of fundamental laws, preferably democratic laws and principles that safeguards and prescribes the nature, functions, and limits the powers of government branches, the elected, the appointed and the employed government officials, institutions, private and public entities involved with public policy making and implementation, and the direct and indirect relationships with the managing directors of the country, the people. The people, who have voted, elected and allowed the appointed, the elected and employed officials to administer the prescribed fundamental democratic laws and principles, approved and enacted by The Managing Directors of the country: The People; honestly, faithfully, precisely, and in a good and honorable manner.

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