Reply to post: UK [...] does not have a proper written constitution.

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Paul Kinsler

UK [...] does not have a proper written constitution.

I'm not sure NZ can claim a "proper written constitution" either, based on this url:

https://www.lawsociety.org.nz/lawtalk/lawtalk-archives/issue-890/towards-a-written-constitution-for-new-zealand

Excerpt: "the New Zealand constitution was located in 45 acts of Parliament (including six very old English acts), 12 international treaties, nine areas of common law, eight constitutional conventions, three and a half executive orders, one prerogative instrument, one legislative instrument and half a judicial instrument."

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