Constitution of The Republic of Armenia-2015

The Armenian people — taking as a basis the fundamental principles of the Armenian Statehood and the nation-wide objectives enshrined in the Declaration on the Independence of Armenia, having fulfilled the sacred behest of its freedom-loving ancestors for the restoration of the sovereign state, committed to the strengthening and prosperity of the fatherland, with a view of ensuring the freedom of generations, general well-being and civic solidarity, assuring the allegiance to universal values — hereby adopt the Constitution of the Republic of Armenia

APEC Finance Ministers’ Process (FMP) Roadmap/Cebu Action Plan – 11/09/2015

We, the APEC Finance Ministers launched the Cebu Action Plan (CAP) on 11 September 2015 in Mactan, Cebu, with the goal of building an APEC community that is more financially integrated, transparent, resilient, and connected. The Roadmap seeks to promote policies, rules and practices across APEC economies to support strong, sustainable, inclusive, and balanced growth throughout the region,

The Rule Of Law At The National And International Levels – Archbishop Bernardito Auza – 16/10/2015

The principle of pacta sunt servanda (agreements must be kept) is one of the bedrock principles of natural justice, which protects against the temptation to appeal to the law of force rather than to the force of law. However, illegitimate force can be found not only in periods of conflict; it can also be found in aggressive practices of applying and interpreting international agreements to serve a political agenda never ratified by the parties.

Joint Statement Concerning Territorial Integrity and International Law in Administering Constitutional Justice in connection with Crimea-10/09/2015

We consider that the judgment of 19 March 2014 of the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation amounts to a grave violation of international law (the universally recognised norms of international law, including those consolidated in the 1945 Charter of the United Nations, the 1970 Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Cooperation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, the 1975 Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe).

Report on 16th World Sanskrit Conference in Bangkok-2015

The 16th World Sanskrit Conference was held in Bangkok, Thailand, from 28th June till 2nd July 2015, co-organised by the International Association of Sanskrit Studies and the Sanskrit Studies Centre, Silpakorn University in Bangkok, Thailand. The venue was the Renaissance Hotel. This WSC was under the patronage of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, in whose honour it was held on the occasion of her birthday.

Policy Statement delivered by President Maithripala Sirisena -2015

It is the constitution that any country or nation considers as the foundation of its self-identity. That is why we consider our constitution as the most supreme document of our nation. We have put three different constitutions in to practice during past 60 years since independence. Yet, it is unfortunate that we have not been able to come to a consensus on one constitution that could be acceptable to everybody as the foundation of the Sri Lankan nation.

Harare (Control of Worship in Open Spaces) By-laws 2015

Any police officer or authorized person by the Council may direct any person or persons who is directly or indirectly obstructing the use of any public space or open space or is a nuisance to any person in the vicinity of any public space to move away from such space as may be reasonable or to cause any such obstruction of or abate such nuisance as the case may be.

Niti Aayog: Cabinet Resolution on constitution of it- 1/1/2015

NITI AAYOG-The institution to give life to these aspirations is the NITI Aayog (National Institution for Transforming India). This is being proposed after extensive consultation across the spectrum of stakeholders including inter alia state governments, domain experts and relevant institutions.

Naresh Das vs State of Tripura- Bail Guidelines by Tripura High Court-2015

However, the primary purpose of keeping a person under detention and not granting him bail is not to punish him because punishment can be inflicted only after he is convicted but to ensure that investigation is proper; that the prosecution evidence shall not be tampered with; that the accused shall not try to influence the witnesses; that the trial shall not be unduly delayed and other similar reasons.