The Constitution helps to protect us against certain decision that could have an adverse effect on the larger principles that the country believes in. For example, it is possible that a majority of people, who live in a democracy, might strongly feel that party politics has become so acrimonious that we need a string dictator to set this right. Swept by this emotion, people may not realise that in the long run, dictatorial rule goes against all their interests.
Thus, a good Constitution does not allow certain sudden whims toi change its basic structure.
-Answered by Jyoti Srivastva On 29 August 2020:01:21:22 PM