In Part 1 we examine the historical origins of mod-ern constitutional theory and its reflection in the Constitution of Afghanistan. Part 2 looks at the functions that constitutions serve, both gen-erally and in Afghanistan specifically. In Parts 3 and 4, we review Afghanistan’s constitutional history, up through adoption of the 2004 Con-stitution. In Part 5, we present several methods of constitutional interpretation, providing you with analytical frameworks to use as you study the Constitution. Finally, we review the process of how to amend the Constitution.
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