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    9 chapter 3 5.8.11 9 chapter 3 5.8.11 Presentation Transcript

    • CONSTITUTIONAL DESIGN Lijin Golden
    • Back ground• Previous chapter- rulers are not free• Certain rule- govt and citizen has follow• Rules together we call- Constitution• Constitution- Supreme law of the country, determines the right of citizens.• In this chapter- Why do we need a constitution? How are the constitution drawn up? What are the values shaped a constitution? Have a possibility to change the constitution?• Recent eg: South Africa- we could start from there
    • Major Aspects of this chapter• Constitutional Design in South Africa• Why do we need a constitution? (Importance)• Framing of Indian Constitution• Values of Indian Constitution• Philosophy of Indian Constitution
    • CONSTITUTION IN SOUTH AFRICAMeaning of Treason?What is apartheid system?Struggles against this system?Framing of new constitutionRole of Nelson Mandela Why do we need a ConstitutionImportance of ConstitutionWhat are the important things including in aconstitution?
    • INDIAN CONSTITUTIONCircumstances (path) formation of constitutionProminent personalities. VALUES OF OUR CONSTITUTION PHILOSOPHY OF OUR CONSTITUTION DESIGNING OF CONSTITUTIONGeneral term meaningconsolidation
    • APARTHEIDThe official policy of racial separation and illtreatment of blacks followed by the govt of SouthAfrica between 1948 and 1989. CLAUSEA distinct section of a document
    • CONSTITUTIONSupreme law of a country, containing fundamentalrules governing the politics and society in country. CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLYAn assembly of people’s representatives that writesa constitution for a country.CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTA change in the constitution made by the supremelegislative body in the country
    • DRAFTA preliminary version of a document PHILOSIPHYThe most fundamental principles underlying one’sthought and actions. PREAMBLEThe introductory statement in a constitution whichstates the reasons and guiding values of theconstitution.
    • TREASONThe offence of attempting to overthrow the govt ofthe state to which the offender owes allegiance. TRYSTA meeting or meeting place that has been agreedupon.