Does Scotland need a written Constitution

Answer:
Absolutely. Almost every country in the world has a written constitution and they are crucial for the proper functioning of a nation. The present UK governmental mess shows a constitution is a protection for the people of the country against misuse of power. It also sets out the aims for the country in the international context.

Full answer here: How does Scotland produce a constitution?



The Scottish Constitution

Author / Creator: Alan Page

Date published: 2020

Scotland does not have a written constitution for the devolved status of Scotland to protect its people from abuse of state power.