The Anatomy of a Constitution

The Anatomy of a Constitution
• political, social, and economic values
held by the people
• description of the main government institutions
including the responsibilities and the powers
associated with each government institution
ie. legislative, executive, and judicial branches
• if there is more than one level of government, the division of powers
must be clearly set out
• the relationship between the government and the people must be
defined, including the rights of the citizens
Amending Formula:
for Constitutional Reform