Constitutional Commission

Many entities have been called a Constitutional Commission with the general purpose of reviewing a constitution, or planning to create one.

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Constitutional Commissions - Scotland
... Scottish Constitutional Commission - A non-partisan think-tank, not to be confused with the Commission on Scottish Devolution which performs a similar function to a conventional constitutional commission ... On January 1942, the Philippine Executive Commission or PEC was established as the temporary care-taker government of the Greater Manila area and eventually of the whole ... On September 1986, the Constitutional Commission of 1986 was set up with all members appointed by Aquino ...
Constitutional Commission - Tanzania
... Tanzanian Constitutional Review Commission. ...
Charles Evans Hughes - Supreme Court
... Hughes was confirmed by the United States Senate on May 2, 1910, and received his commission the same day ... of issues regarding the commerce clause and, in a deliberately restrained manner, wrote constitutional decisions that expanded the regulatory powers of both the state and federal governments ... sustained a decision of the Interstate Commerce Commission voiding intrastate rates set by the Railroad Commission of Texas ...
Batavian Republic - Stages in The History of The New Republic - Struggle For A Constitution
... Meanwhile, the Assembly installed a constitutional commission that in November, 1796, presented a report that amounted to a continuation of the old federal arrangements ... Nevertheless, the federalists managed to retain control of the new constitutional commission by a bare majority ... an "interim Executive Directory" empowered and the constitutional commission reduced to seven radical members ...

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