Constitution of the Vulshainian Confederacy
The Constitution of the Vulshainian Confederacy was signed by King Fersoltsy Arkadyon on November 10, 1715. While called the Constitution, the one signed by King Arkadyon only explained how political power is shared by a democratically elected parliament and the Monarch of Vulshain, as well as the method of succession. Unlike many other nations, Vulshain has no single core constitutional document. In this sense, it is said not to have a written constitution but an uncodified one. Much of the Vulshainian constitution is embodied in written documents, within statutes, court judgments, and treaties. The constitution has other unwritten sources, including parliamentary constitutional conventions (as laid out in the Gavriil Ivan Parliamentary Practice Treatise) and royal prerogatives. King Arkadyon believed that in order for a more democratic Vulshain to prosper, a Constitution had to be able to be revised at any moment. He did not believe that the Constitution should be seen as the supreme law of the land, and that the government should be able to rework the laws should the need arise.