List of Top 5 Constitution Less Countries of The World


We all know that many of the countries are very strict on account of following their constitution and rules. One always pictures a nation along with its constitution. But there are a few countries that have been known to run smoothly without a written or definite constitution.

Top 5 Countries Those Are Without a Written Constitution

1. Poland:


The nationalist government of Poland is having a liberal democracy without an autocratic system. The offense is witness when there is an opposition against judicial independence, the separation of powers and the rule of law continues with the lightning approval by the Parliament, with little discussion, of two laws that suppress the autonomy of the highest self-governing body of the judiciary (the Superior Council of Justice), subjecting it to the control of the Government, as well as another that extends the control of the Ministry of Justice to the ordinary courts.

2. United Kingdom:

United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy in which Queen Elizabeth II who is the head of the State, and Theresa May was the head of Government. The British constitution is not written, that is, in legal terms, it is called an uncoded constitution composed of treaties, judicial decisions, statutes, and parliamentary conventions. The jurisprudence of all of them amounts to a constitution.

English democracy does not impose a written constitution and ancestral laws good for the country, are those that are in force as the foundation of the democratic system. In the United Kingdom, there is no Constitutional Court, so it is the Parliament and the Supreme Court that assume these functions. The jurisprudence of all of them amounts to a constitution.

3. Israel:


Israel has a different type of constitution and a declaration of rights which is taught in all law courses in the country. This constitution was self-proclaimed by the Supreme Court in the early 1990s when the Court transformed the “basic laws” into constitutional provisions; those provisions now basically require the annulment of the laws of the Knesset considered by the judges appointed in conflict. Before this judicial revolution, the “basic laws” were regular laws labeled as such simply to indicate them as sources to be used by the Knesset.

4. New Zealand:

New Zealand

New Zealand is a parliamentary democracy, it has a parliamentary government in which citizens participate and give their opinion. The only body that can make laws is the House of Representatives, whose members are elected by the people. Also, New Zealand is a constitutional monarchy. Queen Elizabeth II is the head of the State and was proclaimed, in 1952, as sovereign of the New Zealand kingdom.

5. Australia:


Similar to the Federal Constitution, the laws of the states originate from laws promulgated by the British Parliament. However, the power to change state constitutions resides in state parliaments and does not require a referendum. Everything that is said in parliament can be declared fair and accurate, without fear of a libel lawsuit. Parliamentary struggles and debates are massively transmitted by the media. This has given the Australian government the reputation of being consolidated through public debate and has reinforced the Executive Power.

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