The Constitution regulates government powers by

William Cain

in Social studies

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Ralph Lopez on November 26, 2018

The Constitution regulates the powers of government by providing guidelines and limits to the power of the government.The Constitution specifically identifies the three branches of government and their corresponding competences and limitations. Therefore, none of the laws or acts performed by any branch of government is unconstitutional if it is in direct contrast with what the Constitution contains.

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