Why does a democratic country need a Constitution?

Asked by Monika | 2 years ago |  381

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A democratic country need a Constitution because:

  • It lays out the important guidelines that govern decision making within the various societies of the country.
  •  It lays down the ideals that form the basis of the kind of country that its citizens aspire to live in.
  • It serves as asset of rules and principles as the basis by which the country has to be governed.
  • It provides rules to safeguard the interests of minorities and prevent any kind of domination by the majority on minorities.
  • It lays down rules that guard against the misuse of power by any politician leader.
  • It also provides rights to its citizens and protects their freedom.

Answered by Aaryan | 2 years ago

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