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Constitution of the Canton of Uri: October 28, 1984 (as Amended to March 6, 2008) (Uri)

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Who, in their great majority, are of the Christian Faith adopts, for the purpose of protecting freedom and justice on the bases of a democratic state order, furthering the wellbeing of all and strengthening Uri in its time-honored independence as a part of the Confederation, the following Constitution 1. The Canton of Uri is a sovereign part of the Swiss Confederation. 2. As a member of the Federal State[1], it works, while defending it special interests, together with the Federation and the cantons to carry out the tasks of the state. [1] In spite of its...
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