The Significance of Amending the Constitution for Nation-Building

  • Aditya Kumar
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  • Aditya Kumar

    Research Scholar at Banaras Hindu University, India

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Change is the basic principle of nature. As time passes, natural principles evolve and adapt. The time is not static. The life of a nation is dynamic, living and organic. With time, the life of a nation also changes. The people's political, social, and economic needs are also changing. Social ideals change from time to time. A country's Constitution must also be changed according to time, place and circumstances. There should be certain definite principles to amend the Constitution. Such a principle may be called 'amendment of the constitution'. The constitutional amendment procedure is made to solve future possible problems. A written Constitution is incomplete without amending, often the most crucial clauses. A constitution is a set of basic rules or principles that govern a country.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 5, Page 829 - 839


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