Talk:Laos

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Not socialist

What would the government do differently if it was? User:Fred Bauder Talk 14:03, 24 April 2013 (GMT)

Civil rights in Laos

I disagree with the fact that you omitted the part containing:

"Laos has not lived up to its constitution..."

(Note: may be modified. Still same meaning.)

Now Laos is communist, I agree with Marxist-Leninist theory, but id still be better, if it lives up to its constitution.--Thrinaxodon (talk) 17:16, 9 November 2013 (UTC)

States ruled by communist parties have historically adapted elaborate and far-reading formal constitutions which are often incompatible with their methods of rule. Some are collected in the book, The Constitutions of the Communist World ISBN-10: 9028600701 Article 65 of the Constitution of the Republic of Cuba:
Strict fulfillment of the Constitution and the laws is the strict duty of all

User:Fred Bauder Talk 13:53, 10 November 2013 (UTC)