US Politics (constitution GovP4a) - what is "fundamental law"? Watch

greghayes
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I'm looking at the check list of key words on the AQA specifcation for the Constitution but the only thing I don't have is a definition for fundamental law. I don't really understand it based on google results so can someone briefly explain it to me please? I have a feeling I'll know what it is when someone tells me (I'm usually good at the Constitution). Thanks
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fundamental law is the basic law that sets the framework of the government
so in the case of the USA, it would be the constitution. - remember it's the basic law (it basically includes where the power is located, the limits of the powers and how it is exercised)

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