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Constitutions of the Cantons

Constitution of the Canton of Bern, 6 June 1993

Constitution de la Republique et Canton de Neuchatel, du 24 septembre 2000 (Etat le 29 septembre 2011)

Constitution du canton de Vaud, du 14 avril 2003 (Etat le 6 mars 2012)

Verfassung des Kantons Zürich (vom 27. Februar 2005)