Constitutions of 13 Countries Will Now Show Up Directly in Google Search Results


The constitutions of 13 countries including the United States will now show up directly in Google search results after the search giant added them.

Partnering with Constitute Project, an organization that makes it easy to access the constitutions of various nations online, Google made the new additions to its search results on the day the United States was celebrating Constitution Day, the annual remembrance of the day in September 1787 when the US constitution was signed by delegates in Philadelphia.

The other countries whose constitutions will now show up in Google search results directly are Afghanistan, Bhutan, Estonia, Finland, France, Iceland, Japan, Laos, Latvia, Micronesia, Norway and Ukraine. Google is promising to add more countries going forward.