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United States Virgin Islands Constitution

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The United States Virgin Islands has not yet adopted a constitution. A fifth attempt to adopt a constitution occurred in 2007. Previous attempts took place in 1964, 1971, 1977 and 1980.

Currently, the U.S. Territory is governed by the "Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands," a federal law approved by Congress in 1954.[1]

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