anonymous
  • anonymous
Japan has a written constitution, and England has an unwritten one. What does that mean? That they don't have a had copy of the original constitution?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
maybe they dont know how to write...hahahahaha
anonymous
  • anonymous
Has to do with the royals and the whole spoken law thing...
anonymous
  • anonymous
very funny rlex999. :P thanks 8r4n3. you mean to say, whatever the royals said was law?

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anonymous
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...yes

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