The Constitution

A Written Constitution

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Pointer Page 1 Preamble
Pointer Page 2 The People
Pointer Page 3 The Commonwealth
Pointer Page 4 The Legislature (Sections 1, 2, & 3)
Pointer Page 5 The Legislature (Sections 4, 5, 6 & 7)
Pointer Page 6 The Executive
Pointer Page 7 The President (Sections 1 & 2)
Pointer Page 8 The President (Sections 3, 4 & 5)
Pointer Page 9 The The Judiciary

Part 2. The Commonwealth

1. The Commonwealth of Britain shall comprise the nations, regions, dependencies and territories of the United Kingdom at the date of promulgation of this constitution.

2. The people of each nation, dependency and territory shall have the right of self-government within the Commonwealth according to their desires, excepting the exercise of such powers as are reserved by this constitution to the Parliament, executive and judicial branches of the government of the Commonwealth.

3. The boundaries, systems and powers of local, regional, territorial and national governments within the Commonwealth that are established at the date of promulgation of this constitution or established thereafter shall not be modified nor abolished except as a majority of the electorate of the nation, dependency, territory or region in which they have force casting a secret vote in a referendum may agree.

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