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It is not a plain sailing to memorize political system of nine countries along with powers and functions of distinct institutes as required to prepare for the said subject. Therefore, I've decided to skip three constitutions, i.e. Turkey, Iran and Malaysia, keeping in view less uncertainty of questions being asked from these countries' constitutions. What do you guys suggest?
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I thought it will prove the last nail in the coffin, if you not studies constitution you will not able to compare these with other constitution of World.
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I don't think the examiner will ask us to compare the Malaysian constitution with that of the US or Pakistan? Comparisons have always been asked which have some sort of resemblance. Constitutions of turkey, malaysia and Iran have been newly added and skipping them might not affect the paper.
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