Constitutions of Nations: "The First Compilation in the English Language of the Texts of the Constitutions of the Various Nations of the World, Together with Summaries, Annotations, Bibliographies, and Comparative Tables" - Vol. 1

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CONSTITUTIONS of NATIONS
The first compilation in the English language of the texts of the constitutions of the various nations of the world, together with summaries, annotations, bibliographies, and comparative tables

VOLUME I AFGHANISTAN to FINLAND

by

AMOS J. PEASLEE

Secretary General of the International Bar Association, Member of the American Council of Learned Societies, former President of the American Branch of the International Law Association, Representative of the American Society of International Law at the San francisco Conference of 1945, Associate of the American Commission to Negotiate Peace at Versailles in 1919

Author of A PERMANENT UNITED NATIONS ( Putnams, 1942), UNITED NATIONS GOVERNMENT ( Putnams, 1945), and co-author of THREE WARS WITH GERMANY ( Putnams, 1944)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Contents xiii
  • General Summary 1
  • Details of National Constitutions 19
  • Afghanistan 21
  • Fundamental Principles of the Government of Afghanistan 25
  • Albania 35
  • Constitution of the People's Republic of Albania 39
  • Andorra 51
  • Bibliography 57
  • Argentina 58
  • Bibliography 82
  • Australia 89
  • The Austrian Constitution 121
  • Belgium 123
  • Bibliography 143
  • Bhutan 144
  • Bolivia 149
  • Bibliography 176
  • Brazil 177
  • Bibliography 181
  • Bulgaria 229
  • Burma 246
  • Bibliography 294
  • Byelorussian S.S.R. 295
  • Bibliography 314
  • Canada 315
  • Bibliography 364
  • Ceylon 367
  • Chile 409
  • China 437
  • Bibliography 463
  • Colombia 465
  • Costa Rica 500
  • Cuba 523
  • Bibliography 595
  • Czechoslovakia 597
  • Bibliography 639
  • Denmark 640
  • Bibliography 654
  • Dominican Republic 655
  • Bibliography 658
  • Ecuador 677
  • Bibliography 716
  • Egypt 717
  • Bibliography 735
  • El Salvador 737
  • Ethiopia 765
  • Finland 773
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