The historic path of a state is reflected in the legal evolution of its Fundamental
Law. Since the establishment of a set of principles of organization and functioning
and from a wide range of institutions, mechanisms, instruments for regulating the
exercise of state power and guaranteeing citizens' rights and obligations, the
Constitution is a reference in explaining the level of modernity of a state.
Moreover, the state existence of a society implies the existence of an authority
above social existence. This authority comes from the authority he is leading.
Historical experiences have given birth to empires, dictatorships, and autocracies
that raised an obstacle to human freedom. Given these historical trials, the
Constitution has become an element of regulating the relations between the
political leaders and the citizens, establishing the necessary rules in order to make
a certain order in the society.
European Union Law
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The influence of human rights on law