近代憲法 The Modern Constitutions

健全な近代憲法の本来の機能を政府が誠実に果たす限り、立憲制国家は現時点で最も合理的な国家の制度であると言えます。

As long as the government is faithfully following the wholesome function of its modern Constitution as intended, the constitutional state system is definitely the most rational state system at this point in time.

そして、政府に健全な近代憲法の本来の機能を誠実に果たさせるためには、国民による神の目のような政府の監視と司法権による国権の抑制が必要です。

In order to make a government faithfully follow the wholesome function of its modern Constitution as intended, People need to watch the government as if they had a Providence Eye and to enable the judicial power to check the state’s power.

さらに、国民による十分な政府の監視を担保するために不可欠な基本的人権である情報交換の自由(たとえば、日本国憲法21条1、2項)を司法府は徹底して保障する必要があります。

Plus, to ensure that People adequately monitor the government, the institution of judicial power needs to thoroughly guarantee the fundamental human right, the freedom to share information (e.g. Article 21, Paragraph 1 and 2 of Japan’s Constitution).

政府が政府にとって都合の好い情報だけを国民に交換させることを看過すれば、政府に健全な近代憲法の本来の機能を誠実に果たさせられなくなってしまうため、立憲制国家は性質上情報交換の自由が保障された国家を前提としているのです。

Since if People let the government regulate them to share the limited information which serves the best interest for the government, it would be impossible to make the government faithfully follow the wholesome function of its modern Constitution as intended, the constitutional states are designed by nature to be the states in which the freedom to share information is guaranteed.