An online database collates all political documents from countries all over the globe.
Google Ideas partnered up with the Comparative Constitutions Project to build Constitute, a new online databased that digitizes and makes available the world’s constitutions. Constitute was designed to help people interact with their political institutions and allow legal document drafters to have access to critical texts. Moreover, Google and its partners aimed to provide drafters with a better tool for constitution writing and editing.
Constitute enables people to read, search, and compare constitutions systematically across a wide range of topics – using a new medium. The site works by filtering charters categorized by the document’s creation date or by interested topic. Constitute intensely indexed details within the test as well as established policies.
The best part about Constitute is that it does not discriminate; anyone can use the site.