The South American Constitutions Of May 25th
Submitted by: lalapancakes⚫ 1 year ago in
As tongue in cheek as I can be, evidently the U.S.A. isn’t the only country in the world to have a constitution. Some countries apparently do similar policy making measures and in some cases, more than once. Gotta get that shit right, aite!
Chile has had at least three constitutions since their first dictator established policy in 1833 and Argentina started off with dual constitutions before more came along leading up to the federal pact that turned final in 1853. What does any of this have to do with May 25th? Not a whole lot other than spending a bit of your Wednesday learning a thing or two about our South American fam. May 25th is a significant date in both Chilean and Argentinean history as both countries began their constitutional legacies on this day.