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Constitution of San Marino

Constitution of San Marino

  • The Constitution of San Marino dates all the way back to 1600 and has been in continuous use since then, making it the oldest constitution in the world. 
  • The country’s Constitution is uncodified, which means that not all of its elements are law (this is why the United States’ Constitution is often cited as the oldest). 
  • San Marino current legal system is still based on this 1600 Constitution, so it counts as the world’s oldest existing constitution.
  • The Constitution of San Marino was written in Latin and contained in six books. 
  • It was last amended in 2002 when the Declaration of Citizen Rights from 1974 was updated.

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