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University of Texas Austin , Texas
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Constitute was developed by the authors of the Comparative Constitutions Project at the University of Texas at Austin. It was seeded with a grant from Google Ideas, with additional financial support from the Indigo Trust and IC2. Arabic Constitute was developed in partnership with International IDEA, which provided significant intellectual and material support. Semantic data structures were created by the Miranker Lab at the University of Texas using Capsenta's Ultrawrap. Site architecture, engineering, and design are provided by Psycle Interactive

Why Constitute?

New constitutions are written every year. The people who write these important documents need to read and analyze texts from other places. Constitute offers access to the world’s constitutions that users can systematically compare them across a broad set of topics — using an inviting, clean interface.

Constitute Project Resources

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Constitution
December, 1852
New Zealand

New Zealand's main constitutional statutes, the Constitution Act 1986, was passed by the New Zealand Parliament

Library Resource
Constitution
December, 1831
Belgium

The constitution was promulgated by the National Congress of Belgium.

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Constitution
December, 1815
Netherlands

The constitution was published by royal decree after being adopted by Parliament.

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Constitution
December, 1814
Norway

The constitution was drafted and approved by a Constituent Assembly.

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Constitution
December, 1215
United Kingdom

The written components of the UK constitution are found in numerous statutes promulgated by the parliaments of England, Great Britain and the UK.

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