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[[Borgsland|Borgsland's]] provisional constitution is prefaced with the statement that a permanent constitution shall be drafted after Borgsland's population has surpassed ten citizens. The constitution is divined into ten articles, each a single paragraph.
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[[Borgsland|Borgsland's]] provisional constitution is prefaced with the statement that a permanent constitution shall be drafted after Borgsland's population has surpassed ten citizens, and that it will follow several of the principles in the provisional constitution. The constitution is divined into ten articles, each a single paragraph.
  
 
The first article establishes that the provisional constitution is the highest law in the land, the second outlines the current duties of [[Monarchy in Borgsland|The King]] and the [[Royal Government of Borgsland|Royal Government]], the third
 
The first article establishes that the provisional constitution is the highest law in the land, the second outlines the current duties of [[Monarchy in Borgsland|The King]] and the [[Royal Government of Borgsland|Royal Government]], the third

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Official Provisional constitution of the Kingdom of Borgsland
Provisonal Constitution of Borgsland.png
Ratified Janissary 25 2019
Location Emmanualsburg
Authors Justinian, King of the Borgslandics
Purpose serve as the provisional constitution of Borgsland

The Provisional constitution of the Kingdom of Borgsland is the Highest law in Borgsland

Content

Borgsland's provisional constitution is prefaced with the statement that a permanent constitution shall be drafted after Borgsland's population has surpassed ten citizens, and that it will follow several of the principles in the provisional constitution. The constitution is divined into ten articles, each a single paragraph.

The first article establishes that the provisional constitution is the highest law in the land, the second outlines the current duties of The King and the Royal Government, the third