Search the World’s Constitutions Online

front page of Constitute website

Drafting a new constitution? Looking to learn more about your own? You can now browse and search the world’s constitutions with Constitute, a new website from the Comparative Constitutions Project supported by Google Ideas. The site is searchable via curated and tagged topics, and by country and year. The project has cataloged and tagged nearly 350 themes from general to specific, e.g., “citizenship” and “foreign policy” to “suffrage and turnouts” and “judicial autonomy and power.”

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