The AALL Spectrum Blog
on the website of the American Association of Law Libraries had an item last week about the free website Constitute
based at the University of Texas at Austin,
The website not only contains 194 constitutions from around the world, it also allows you to compare constitutions by topic
Topics include such things as amendment procedure, citizenship, indigenous groups, religion, language, citizenship, elections, structure of the executive, federalism, secession, references to international law, treaty-making, the judiciary, structure and powers of the legislature, independent agencies and commissions, rights and duties.
Labels: comparative and foreign law, constitutional law