We know there is no sacred political work, constitutions included. Constitutions have always been written, rewritten, burnt and burnt again. What is important is to be realistic. Constitutions, regimes and political and civil work are a human production that reflect society’s culture and experience. The old constitutions of the Arab world during the first half of the 20th century used to reflect better cultures - perhaps because they were influenced by colonization which led to a developed understanding of the modern state.
The Tunisian constitution
Parliaments were suppressed in the name of fighting the remains of colonization and in the name of fighting the Zionist enemyAbdulrahman al-Rashed