January 10, 2011
Constitution and Systems of Georgia
“To perpetuate the principles of free government, insure justice to all, preserve peace, promote the interest and happiness of the citizen and of the family” (Constitution of the state of Georgia, 2007, p. 4). These words begin the preamble of the Constitution of the State of Georgia. Within the realms of reality, every individual needs to believe that preserving his or her rights by the state in which he or she lives should be executed. This paper will illustrate the main articles in Georgia’s Constitution and the relationship between the United States Constitutions. Discuss the services judicial, educational and social systems the state offers. Describe how affective these systems are and if there is a need for improvement. Main Articles in Constitution
The two main articles in the Georgia State Constitution are Article I the Bill of Rights and Article II Voting, and Elections. Article I the Bill of Rights consists of four sections, each of these section are made up of paragraphs. The sections in the Bill of Rights are: I. Rights of person this tells each individual what rights he or she has in the state of Georgia. It consists of 29 paragraphs that deal with religions opinions, self-incrimination, bails and fines and Treason. II. Origin and structure of government this section has nine paragraphs and deals with, object of government, separation of church and state, and lotteries and nonprofit bingo games. III. General Provisions consist of three paragraphs and deals with eminent domain, private ways, and tidewater titles. IV. Section IV Marriage consists of one paragraph that deals with the recognition of marriage. Article II Voting and Elections consists of three sections those sections are built with paragraphs. Those sections are: I. Method of voting; right to register and vote, this section has three...