organic law

Definition of "organic law"
  1. The set of foundational laws or regulations, like those in a constitution or charter, which establish the essential framework of a government
How to use "organic law" in a sentence
  1. The organic law sets the structure and responsibilities of the branches of government.
  2. In order to change the course of the government, a revision of the organic law must be considered.
  3. The newly independent nation looked to experienced advisors to help frame their organic law.

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