The Vague and Ambiguous US Constitution

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you know there's not only the usa on this fair planet
Base on this click bait ours inspired the ones that have come sense... I was surprise to see Poland's as the third oldest...


I like to point out the San Marino took its sweet time about ratifying a Bill of Citizen Rights... ;)
 

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Here is another click bait list Oldest Constitutions still being used today guess which one tops this list... Click and see if you are right...


snip... number (was a surprise)...

9. Tonga (November, 1875)
The Constitution of Tonga, a Polynesian sovereign state and archipelago, was enacted on the 4th of November, 1875, by King Geogre Tupoi I. The constitution denotes the composition of the Tongan Government as being a constitutional monarchy, and sets forth the responsibilities of its executive, legislative, and judicial branches
 
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