The US is not the only country that has yet to vote on a new constitution.
But unlike many other countries, it seems that the US is planning to hold an election after Brexit, and is already working on a constitutional reform.
The UK has yet also to hold a vote.
In addition to the US, Canada, France and Spain have all called for a vote on the constitution, with Canada’s leader saying he would do so as soon as it was safe to do so.
France’s President Emmanuel Macron has said he would hold a referendum if he felt there was a mandate for it.
And Spain has called for one as well.
What is the Constitutional Court ruling that would change the US constitution?
The US Supreme Court has been divided over the constitution.
A majority of justices ruled in favour of a change in the constitution last month, which saw the right to vote abolished for all Americans who were over the age of 18.
This ruling has been criticised by conservatives who say it is the first time the US has changed its constitution since the US was founded in 1776.
However, it has also been criticised for not being clear about what the amendment would actually mean for the constitution in the future.
Some people have argued that this could mean that voters will have to apply for a ballot in order to change the constitution – which could mean voters could end up being able to change it at any time.
In the UK, the Government has promised to hold another referendum on the new constitution by the end of 2018.
It is not yet clear how this will be structured.
The constitution, which was approved in June, has been amended over the past few years to ensure that no US citizens over the ages of 18 can vote in future elections.
The government is also proposing to create a new legal and regulatory framework that would see Americans have a say in all aspects of US law.
This would include foreign policy, foreign affairs, defence, taxation, national security and defence trade.
The amendment is set to be put to a vote in the US House of Representatives next month, but it is not clear how the House will vote on it.
What are the consequences for the US of a Brexit?
The UK and other countries are worried about the potential consequences of a ‘hard Brexit’.
This is when the UK leaves the EU without a deal on its future relationship with the bloc.
This could lead to an end to the free movement of people within the UK as well as potentially to tariffs on imports from the European Union.
However the EU has a strong influence over the UK.
It has said it will veto any UK legislation that would put a significant burden on trade with the EU, including on the free movements of people.
The British government has argued that it is more important for the UK to remain part of the single market and customs union than to lose access to the single European market.
The EU’s stance is that the UK cannot leave without an agreement on its exit from the EU and the UK would not be able to trade with other countries in the single Market without the EU’s agreement.
What will happen if there is a Brexit vote in Canada?
The Canadian constitution will likely be used to support a Brexit in the UK and the rest of the EU.
If the UK voted to leave the EU in the referendum on 29 June, the country’s prime minister would have to decide whether to hold the vote.
This is not a new process.
Before the referendum, British Prime Minister Theresa May was given an opportunity to put forward a referendum plan that would have seen her guarantee the UK’s membership of the Single Market and customs Union.
This plan would have been presented to parliament on 1 July, but was defeated in the House of Commons.
This meant that May had to call a snap election to decide on her plan, as she had not been given a mandate to do this before the referendum.
The Conservative Party and its leader, Theresa May, are already calling for a second vote in favour, which is expected to be held on 4 September 2018.
However this would not necessarily mean that May would have had to seek the support of the Conservative party in order for the second vote to be carried out.
What does this mean for Donald Trump?
In a recent interview with Reuters, Trump said that he did not intend to hold any Brexit vote before the US elections in 2020, and that he would rather see the UK remain in the Single EU market and the customs union.
But he added that he wanted to “try to get the deal done”.
The US president has said that it would be “great” if the UK did not vote to leave – which is an extraordinary claim.
He said that the country would have “great influence” in the European and global economy and that it was “the best deal for the country”.
The UK, for example, is the biggest single consumer of European imports, and would likely see a big impact from the Brexit vote.
But if Trump does not