Its a long-shot but thought I'd ask........would like to ask a constitutional inquiry for a foreign government. Government is similarly modeled after the US government.(THIS IS NOT IN AMERICA)
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Well, we'd need to know the country and do a little legal research. Some countries have written constitutions and some don't; some have separation of executive and legislative powers and some don't; some have independent judiciaries and some don't. Comparative constitutional law is a fantastically interesting subject. An example of a system closely modeled on ours is Liberia's. They even use our federal caselaw as precedent. The Federated States of Micronesia are another interesting example, though theirs is a former trusteeship and each is unique. What's on your mind? --Steve Pershing, Washington, D.C.