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Minority Rights

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Minority Rights QUESTION 1: Minority Rights and Entrenchment in Statutory and Constitutional Instruments The British North America (BNA) Act of 1867, among other things, guaranteed some set of minority rights for the Canadian minority groups. This section highlights the rights,... [ view article ]

2108 words | 7 pages

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Law and Religion in India

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LAW, STATE AND RELIGION IN INDIA* ABSTRACT As defined in Oxford dictionary, secularism is the morality which should be based in the ground of the well being of mankind in the present life to the exclusion from all consideration drawn... [ view article ]

3482 words | 11 pages

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The Australian Constitution: interpritation

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Introduction Constitutional interpretation has been frequently discussed in many parts of the world, particularly Australia, which will be the main focus of the article. Generally, constitutions play a vital part in federal systems. Some theories of constitutional interpretation have been... [ view article ]

3318 words | 11 pages

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Is it necessary for a Country to be governed by a Constitution?

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Is it necessary for a Country to be governed by a Constitution? Discuss Table of Contents 1Introduction 1.1Objectives 2Written and Unwritten Constitutions 2.1Kenya’s Perspective 2.2Criticisms of a Written Constitution 2.3UK’s Outlook on the Unwritten Constitution 3Conclusion 4Bibliography 4.1Primary Sources 4.2Secondary... [ view article ]

2624 words | 8 pages

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The British Constitution

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“…the description of British government as an elective dictatorship is no longer appropriate.” (V. Bogdanor The New British Constitution (2009) Oxford, Hart). Discuss, considering in particular Bogdanor’s argument that the separation of powers has been strengthened within the British Constitution... [ view article ]

3247 words | 10 pages

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Constitutional law

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Constitutional law in the UK is a varied and interesting topic, largely because of the peculiarities of the UK constitutional system. This essay will consider the issues surrounding constitutions, their definition, purpose and specifically whether the UK can be considered... [ view article ]

1202 words | 4 pages

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Constitutional principles

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Lord Woolf in a recent interview expressed grave concerns regarding the reallocation of functions formerly under the control of the Home Office and the Lord Chancellor. Discuss the constitutional principles which Lord Woolf argued may be at risk including the... [ view article ]

1758 words | 5 pages

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The Indian Constitution in Achieving Justice

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CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS The Preamble to the Indian Constitution invokese`justice — Social, economic and political)) as a core principle. Victimes of crime being components of criminal justice are, therefore, also entitled to share the promises of social justice contained in... [ view article ]

2904 words | 9 pages

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Bommai v Union

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Chapter 5 Conclusions and Suggestions Before theBommai[i]decision was delivered, the Constitution of India excluded the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court when the President declared emergency. However, things are now clear that the Court can now scrutinize whether the power provided... [ view article ]

1481 words | 4 pages

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Supremacy and Member States

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A Study of EU Supremacy and Member States Introduction Each of the member states of the European Union have a constitution of some sort; whether it's written or otherwise. Most of them have a written constitution (with the United Kingdom... [ view article ]

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