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Constitution of Norway

Constitution of Norway

  • The Constitution of Norway or Kongeriget Norges Grundlov was adopted on May 17, 1814 and is one of the oldest existing constitutions in the world. 
  • It was founded on the principles of the sovereignty of the people; the separation of powers; and human rights.
  • Norway’s Constitution also establishes three different branches of government: Legislative, budgetary and supervisory power is vested in the Storting; Executive power is vested in the King and Council; and Judicial power is vested in the Supreme Courts, the subordinate courts, and the Court of Impeachment. 
  • From the beginning, the Constitution of Norway recognized fundamental human rights that the country has strived to uphold. 

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