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The Constitution of the Nation of Tagg
A description of the Constitution of the fictional Nation of Tagg.
# 152772 | 3,193 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2013 | US
Published on Apr 28, 2013 in Political Science (U.S.) , Law (Constitution)

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The paper details the Constitution for the fictional nation of Tagg, and its three articles on the legislative, executive and judicial branches of this government. The paper discusses how this Constitution copies the basic constitutional structure found in the U.S. Constitution, however, the paper points out several differences between the government established by the U.S. Constitution and the government established by the Constitution of the Nation of Tagg.

Article I- The Legislative Branch
Article II- The Executive Branch
Article III- The Judicial Branch
Points and Authorities

From the Paper:

"The executive Power shall be vested in the Prime Minister of Tagg. He shall hold the office for a term of six years. Prime Ministers may serve no more than a single term. The first Prime Minister will be selected by the Council of Elders. At the expiration of his term, the Prime Minister will be selected by a general election, in which the vote of each citizen is counted individually and has the same weight as the votes of other citizens. The candidate with the most votes will be declared Prime Minister; if the candidates are separated by less than 3 percent of the voting electorate, then the winner will be determined in a run-off election.
"The Prime Minister must have been a member of the legislature, who has completed or will have completed his full term at the time of his inauguration. The Prime Minister must be 30 years of age, at the time of the inauguration. All candidates for Prime Minister must be natural born citizens of Tagg, and must have been actual residents of Tagg for a period of ten years prior to the date of inauguration. The Prime Minister cannot be from the same island as the previous Prime Minister."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • U.S. Const. art II.
  • Vile, M.J.C. Montesquieu and the Separation of Powers, available at
  • index.php?Itemid=287&id=462&option=com_content&task=view (last visited Sep. 3, 2010).

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