Washington Law Review


The Constitution of Burma, which came into force on January 4, 1948, has many features of great interest to the constitution-maker. In form and content, in magnanimous treatment of special regions and racial groups, and in speed of enactment, it provides an example well worth our attention at the present time. The writer of this article had the honour of being associated closely with the framers of the Constitution at almost every stage.

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