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The definition of the constitutional law is an important theoretical problem, because in literature, generally, "there is no single definition" of the constitutional law. Seen from the perspective of the broad (wide) comparative juridical-constitutional literature, a conclusion drawn can be, that the constitutional law can be defined in two main meanings: first, in the traditional meaning and, secondly, in the modern one. In the traditional sense, the constitutional law is defined as "a set ofdoaj:f00ef7e0a0f148009d4501e6f2cee0a2 fatcat:m2y3g6bxijfyjccxbid6rkvovm