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Asian Social Science
No modern society can exist without a system of laws. The institution of law is therefore crucial to the social organization of human beings. A modern society is a far -cry from the state of nature which is often described as a lawless society. In a presidential system of government, the process a bill goes through before becoming a law is essentially the same. Countries, however, have minor differences. The processes of law making generally requires a long period of deliberation anddoi:10.5539/ass.v9n2p106 fatcat:wo2iqsnzkvgmfmvzrqbzi6slea