Constitutional LawLast modified: May 20, 2012 7:59 am by Jodie
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In the event that everyone gets so excited on changing the by-laws of a certain country, the constitutional law is being reviewed so that proper execution of different bodies of the government like executive, legislative and judiciary may even become stronger. People are thinking that if anybody can be in a constitutional assembly, creating this law may become their formal introduction to the world of rules and propositions of law, and thus may be aware of proper exercising of each sector.
The only difference is that it embodies different statures and constitutional law is part of it. Whenever a state of government wants to have a different set of rules, they refer to it. Whenever they want to protect something on administration, they immediately set rules aligned with its constitutional aspect so that everything will be in proper order. They set primary context on the relationship of power and hierarchies on it. The law on which it is set to produce by the legislative department should be conformed on judiciary and thus will be acted on by the executive division.
In this case, there are many functions of constitutional law. One is state and legal structure that promotes making rules of exercising power over the departments. Two, human rights which is very common to all and being violated the most. And third, legislative procedure by which there are three sections of the bill that is being legislated before they become a law. With it, there are many sections for reading the bill and being elected to be an official ordinance or law of the land. The requirements of such are being voted accordingly so that everything will be in proper order.
The constitutional law consists of bodies of government that needs proper quorum. Aside from it, this is the major subject being taken at law schools since it embodies all aspects of law making. Without it, the government, its agency and people of sovereignty may not appreciate the beauty of the country due to lack of obedience to the law. Their primary role is to become the efficient bargaining tool and a primer to every law that the legislative will act upon. In so much that everybody should be aware of the constitution and by-laws so that they will not regret being taken for granted or their rights being molested. Furthermore, the constitution will be enjoyed if the seeds planted for it will grow into maturity for the lawmaking process.