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Towards Forming a More Perfect Union | (by G. Z. Beyene)


              Towards Forming a More Perfect Union




                                                                                              Geletaw Zeleke


The preamble to the Constitution of the United States of America starts we the people of the United States in order to form a more perfect union and then goes on to outline its foundational philosophies and values. Thislanguage emanates from ainterest in making an indivisible compact between members and a covenant for groups and of individuals to share in the blessings of the nation through good times or badThe same language exists in the American pledge of allegianceand has deep meaning.  It is an oath or a promise.  With their hands on their hearts Americans pledge ware one nation under God indivisible with liberty and justice for aland these words show what it means to be an American.

France in its Constitution also says that France is indivisible meaning they are unified. Their connectionand their nation is a deliberately formed a perfect union.

Kenya declares in its covenant to be acknowledging the supremacy of the almighty God of all creatioand after having said this they go on to