The constitution for Madagascarwas adopted in 2010. It was adopted when President Andry Rajoelina took office to mark a new government system. The constitution has a list of rights and lists many rights that are given to the people. Some of these include the right to privacy, information, movement and many more. Similar to the U.S. constitution it also includes the right to a fair trial and protection form double jeopardy. The Madagascar constitution goes into more detail on things such as human rights than that of the U.S. constitution. Many of the articles that help support certain groups of people are specifically listed in the Madagascar were made as programs started by presidents in the U.S. never being put into the constitution. The constitution lists the structures of the three institutions of government.