The written constitution is very clear and precise. It is free from doubts and ambiguity.
It lays emphasis on rule of law.
It is indispensable to federalism. It properly distributes powers between the centre and federal units - states or provinces.
It protects the fundamental rights of the individual, fundamental rights are very essential for the liberty of the individual, and rights are part of a written constitution. It will be unconstitutional to deprive individual of any of these rights.
It protects the interests of minorities.
As a written constitution is clear, the ruler (government) cannot exercise powers arbitrarily.
Unwritten constution is a problem or miracle.The constitution is "the set of laws,rules and practices that create the basic institution of the state".
Written constitutions usually spell out the organs of government, their powers and duties and their relationship. This brings us to another advantage of a written constitution, which is that it reduces the clash of functions of the arms of government.Feb 1, 2020
Written constitutions usually spell out the organs of government, their powers and duties and their relationship. This brings us to 6 advantage of a written constitution, which is that it reduces the clash of functions of the arms of government.Feb 1, 2020
The provisions such as articles,clauses,schedules has been codified into a single legal document.The constitution is the supreme power and not the organs of the government such as executive,legislature and judiciary.In order to maintain the constitutional supremacy,the judiciary enjoys wider powers.It can be rigid(complex procedures are involved to amend)or flexible (easy to amend) or both .Eg:indian constitution is both rigid and flexible.Either federal( sharing of power between center and states)or unitary(powers are vested in the center).Enacted. ie:Framed by a body appointed solely for this purpose. eg:constituent assembly of IndiaUnwritten constitutionThe provisions such as articles,clauses,schedules has not been codified into a single legal document.Parliament is the supreme powerJudicial powers are restrictedNecessarily flexibleNecessarily unitaryEvolved constitution over a long period of time from various sources
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