What are the main fundamentals of Montenegro's Constitution?
As established by the constitution, Iceland is a constitutional democracy with a head of state (the president), the head of government and the executive branch (the prime minister) and the parliament (Althing). The constitution establishes the Lutheran church as the state religion and lays out the fundamentals for the operation of the government.
Aruba's Constitution emphasizes equality, no penalty without a law (nulla poena sine lege), presumed innocence, and no death penalty. Specifically, Aruba approved its Constitution on August 9, 1985. The right to personal liberty and security as well as the right of freedom of movement within Aruba are guaranteed. The Constitution also guarantees the right to legal assistance and aid.
Belief in God, commitment to Suriname, opposition to colonialism and foreign domination, protection of Surinamese and support for political freedom, social justice and world peace are the fundamentals of Suriname's Constitution. Specifically, the preamble summarizes the provisions of the 1987 Constitution's twenty-nine (29) articles. The first four chapters provide for the economic, political and social goals of the Republic. The fifth chapter outlines the rights of Suriname's citizens. The sixth chapter deals with labor. The…