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Did you know that Canada had to pass a law because Canadians apologise too much? The Apology Act (2009) establishes that an apology of any king is merely "an expression of sympathy or regret" and not an admission of guilt or fault, which makes that an apology can't be used against you in court to prove liability.

While some facts may just be for the laughs, most of them are meant to create a better understanding of the world around us. Things like the fact that Mauritius is the only country in Africa where Hinduism is the largest religion, tells us loads about how our history defines our present.

Sometimes facts give us ideas for how we can better structure our societies. Namibia, for example, was the first country in the world to explicitly incorporate the protection of the environment into its constitution.

Whatever your reason for following Politics Fun Facts, please support us so that we can share more facts about politics, economics, history, culture and all things related.

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Did you know that Canada had to pass a law because Canadians apologise too much? The Apology Act (2009) establishes that an apology of any king is merely "an expression of sympathy or regret" and not an admission of guilt or fault, which makes that an apology can't be used against you in court to prove liability.

While some facts may just be for the laughs, most of them are meant to create a better understanding of the world around us. Things like the fact that Mauritius is the only country in Africa where Hinduism is the largest religion, tells us loads about how our history defines our present.

Sometimes facts give us ideas for how we can better structure our societies. Namibia, for example, was the first country in the world to explicitly incorporate the protection of the environment into its constitution.

Whatever your reason for following Politics Fun Facts, please support us so that we can share more facts about politics, economics, history, culture and all things related.

Sharing ideas is how we make a better world.

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