Sweden: The New Constitution — An Old Practice Adjusted

  • Torbjörn Larsson

Abstract

Since 1975 Sweden has been living and working with a new Constitution. That year marked the end of an era as well as the end of a long struggle, for one of the world’s oldest written Constitutions was transformed into a modern one.

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Europe Transportation Defend 

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© Jean Blondel and Ferdin and Müller-Rommel 1988

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