The Role of Political Ideology on Devolution of State Objectives

Ibnu Sina Chandranegara, Syaiful Bakhri


The state objective is one of the contents of a constitution, the historical development of the theory of the state explains that the state objectives theory evolves to adjust the origin of the will of the formation of the state. Ideology as a foundation in a country is a factor that sometimes determines in preference in the formulation of the goals of a nation. This article is intended to discuss ideological evolution in the process of formulating state goals which ultimately affects the character of the constitution in a state.


state objectives, ideology, constitutions

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