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Question 1: This "Constitution of Pylyp Orlyk" (as it is widely known) was written to establish a free Zaporozhian-Ukrainian Republic, with the support of ________.
Charles XI of SwedenGustav III of SwedenCharles XII of SwedenAdolf Frederick of Sweden

Question 2: Some, such as ________, also examined how the functions of government, such as legislative, executive, and judicial, might appropriately be separated into branches.
Jean-Jacques RousseauDenis DiderotDemocracyCharles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu

Question 3: Indeed it is an often-stated principle of UK ________ that no sovereign Parliament is bound by the acts of its predecessors.
EnglandScotlandUnited KingdomParliamentary sovereignty

Question 4: There are a few historical records claiming that this law code was translated into Ge'ez and entered Ethiopia around 1450 in the reign of ________.
EskenderBakaffaZara YaqobNewaya Krestos

Question 5: Judicial philosophies of constitutional interpretation (note: generally specific to ________)
Constitutional theoryUnited States district courtUnited States constitutional lawUnited States federal courts

Question 6: The Edicts of Ashoka established constitutional principles for the ________ Maurya king's rule in Ancient India.
2nd century BC5th century BC3rd century BC4th century BC

Question 7: The Fetha Negest remained the supreme law in Ethiopia until 1931, when a modern-style Constitution was first granted by Emperor ________ I.
Winston ChurchillMuammar al-GaddafiHaile Selassie I of EthiopiaDwight D. Eisenhower

Question 8: Next were the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth ________, traditionally regarded as world's second and Europe's first,[6][7][8] and the French Constitution of September 3, 1791.
Constitution of May 3, 1791Polish–Lithuanian CommonwealthConstitution of the Republic of PolandHistory of Poland

Question 9: Systems that appeared somewhat later include the Edictum Rothari of the ________ (643), the Lex Visigothorum (654), the Lex Alamannorum (730) and the Lex Frisionum (ca 785).
Germanic peoplesSuebiLombardsFranks

Question 10: In England, Henry I's proclamation of the ________ in 1100 bound the king for the first time in his treatment of the clergy and the nobility.
Charter of LibertiesAct of SederuntMagna CartaEnglish law


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