The concept of constitutional legislation is closely connected with state sovereignty. In newlyindependent states, where national identity is the moving force behind the creation of a new state,a new constitution and an undisputed sovereignty are essential features of independence. Constitutional law has been regarded traditionally as a domestic law subject and, hence, it isdifficult to argue that there are clearly defined standards. In the twentieth century, constitutionallaw is often seen in a comparative context. Consequently, constitutional law can be studied in aninternational legal setting and adjusted to an internationalized legal scholarship. Constitutionalreforms and amendments in one country may inspire or indeed assist reforms in other countries.


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