Qinding Xianfa Dagang

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The Qinding Xianfa Dagang of 1908 (Chinese: 欽定憲法大綱; pinyin: Qīndìng Xiànfǎ Dàgāng; literally: 'Outline of Constitution by Imperial Order" or "Outline of Imperial Constitution', also translated as the Principles of the Constitution[1]) is the late Qing dynasty attempt to establish a constitutional monarchy country at the beginning of the 20th century. It was modeled on the Japanese Meiji Constitution.

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  1. ^ Mongolia in the Twentieth Century: Landlocked Cosmopolitan, pp. 41