This course deals with the historical development of constitutional law, administrative law and contemporary constitutional movement, with an emphasis on the comparison between the different legal systems, and the constitutional and administrative principles that manage the work of the administration. The course will explain the principles that govern the written constitutions such as separation of powers, fundamental rights, and control over the legality and constitutional separation of powers and the rule of law, the administrative division of the State of (centralized and decentralized), and forms of government (presidential, parliamentary and "semi-presidential" system and Assembly), with the explanation of the Palestinian political system in the light of the former experiences with different models that resemble the relationship of the ruler and the ruled.