Unit 2- Matching Activity.docx - Unit 2 Constitutionalism Unit 2 Matching Activity Access the Self-Assessment tool section of the course(in the Tools

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Unit 2: Constitutionalism Unit 2: Matching Activity Access the Self-Assessment tool section of the course (in the Tools dropdown menu) and try Unit 02 Matching Activity. Question #1: Match customs to constitutional orders to further test your understanding of key terms! According to Marland and Wesley, not all constitutional principles are written in legislation. Constitutional conventions are unwritten rules based on customs that bind certain political actors to follow the traditions of the constitution (Marland and Wesley, 2016). Can you match the custom to the type of constitutional order? Constitutional Convention Not a Convention All Cabinet ministers must have seat in legislature Fundamental freedoms such as freedom or religion and expression Prime Minister must select the Supreme Court Justice Acts that establish new provinces Collective cabinet solidarity Provincial and Regional Vetoes over constitutional amendments Peace, Order and Good Government Question #2:
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