the answer to your question would be C- To keep states more powerful then the U.S
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to give aid to other countries
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The correct answer is D. To give aid to other countries.
A constitution is a legal-political document that has the purpose of establishing the separation of powers in a state by defining and creating the three public powers: legislative, executive and judicial and its functions. Besides, it is responsible for the legal system, including the rights and freedoms of citizens as well as other matters regarding politics. On the other hand, constitutions only regulate political power and organization in the countries they are created, for example the U.S. constitution only applies to this country. This implies constitutions usually do not influence matters of other countries, such as aid and therefore, constitutions do not have the purpose to give aid to other countries. So, the correct answer is D. To give aid to other countries.
The correct answer is letter C
Explanation: Constitution is the set of laws, norms and rules of a country or an institution. The Constitution regulates and organizes the functioning of the state. It is the ultimate law that limits powers and defines the rights and duties of citizens. No other law in the country can conflict with the Constitution.
To give aid to other countries
The Constitution of a country serves many purposes and roles, but none of them is to give aid to other countries.
When present (not all countries have a Constitution, UK for example doesn't), the Constitution gives a framework for the society and the government of the country, acts as the most important law on the country and through its articles defines the values and ideals shared by the individuals and the collective society of that country.
However, constitutions are limited to one country and don't involve other countries: the correct answer is d. To give aid to other countries