How many countries in the world have written constitution?

How many countries in the world have written constitution?


What will happen if a country has no constitution?

“Unless there is no constitution so the laws and regulations would be missing. 1 Justice will be denied to the people and a chaotic situation will prevail in the absence of laws because constitution is the source of laws. In the absence of a constitution, it will be difficult for a country to sustain in the long term.”

When was Constitution of India signed?

The Constitution of India was adopted on 26 November, 1949 and the hon’ble members appended their signatures to it on 24 January, 1950. In all, 284 members actually signed the Constitution. On that day when the Constitution was being signed, it was drizzling outside and it was interpreted as a sign of a good omen.

What are the most famous countries that have written constitutions?

10 Oldest Constitutions In The World

  • Constitution of Luxembourg.
  • Constitution of Canada.
  • Constitution of Argentina.
  • Constitution of Denmark. Date: June 5, 1849.
  • Constitution of Belgium. Date: February 7, 1831.
  • Constitution of the Netherlands. Date: March 29, 1815.
  • Constitution of Norway. Date: May 17, 1814.
  • United States Constitution. Date: June 21, 1788.

Which of the following countries has an unwritten constitution?

Britain is unusual in that it has an ‘unwritten’ constitution: unlike the great majority of countries there is no single legal document which sets out in one place the fundamental laws outlining how the state works. Britain’s lack of a ‘written’ constitution can be explained by its history.

Who wrote the Constitution of India?

Constitution of India
Location Parliament House, New Delhi, India
Author(s) Benegal Narsing Rau Constitutional Advisor to the Constituent Assembly B. R. Ambedkar Chairman of the Drafting Committee Surendra Nath Mukherjee Chief Draftsman of the Constituent Assembly and other members of Constituent Assembly

Which countries have no constitution?

The UK along with New Zealand and Israel are the only three countries in the world to have an uncodified or ‘unwritten’ constitution.

What is the oldest republic in the world?

San Marino

Who signed the Indian constitution in Tamil?

Politics. M. C. Veerabahu was a Member of Constituent Assembly. He is the one signed in his mother tongue Tamil language in the original Constitution of India.

Why is India called a republic?

Since India is a country in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, which has an elected or nominated president. Thus it is called republic.

Who first signed the Constitution of India?

Jawharlal Nehru

Who was the oldest person to sign the Constitution?

Benjamin Franklin

Who is the mother of Indian Constitution?

madam Bhikaji cama

What country wrote the first constitution?


Who was the first woman to sign the Indian Constitution?

Dakshayani Velayudhan
Personal details
Born 4 July 1912 bolghatty
Died 20 July 1978 (aged 66)
Spouse(s) R. Velayudhan

Which country has the shortest Constitution?

Vatican City

Where is the constitution kept?

the National Archives museum

Who wrote the Constitution of USA?

James Madison