In INDIRA NEHRU GANDHI VS SHRI RAJ NARAIN [ALL SC 1975 NOVEMBER] it is held :- The hierarchical structure of the legal order of a State is that the Constitution is the highest level within national law. The Constitution in the formal sense is a solemn document containing a set of legal norms which may be changed only when special prescriptions are observed. The purpose of special prescriptions … Continue reading What is Constitution ?
The Netherlands is a hereditary constitutional monarchy, with a parliamentary form of government based on the principles of ministerial responsibility, with the Monarch as the Head of State. The Kingdom of the Netherlands dates from 1814. The Constitution of the Netherlands (hereinafter “NC”) was adopted in 1814 and was last amended on 7 July 2002. CHAPTER 1, Fundamental rights Article 1 Article 2 Article 3 … Continue reading Constitution of the Kingdom of the Netherlands of August 24, 1815
The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran replaced the monarchical constitution of 1906 Contents PREAMBLE Introduction to the Constitution The Dawn of the Movement Islamic Government The Wrath of the People The Price the Nation Paid The Form of Government in Islam The Economy is a Means, Not an End Woman in the Constitution An Ideological Army The Judiciary in the Constitution Executive Power … Continue reading The Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran (1979) Qānūn-e asāsī
AIR 1973 SC 947 : (1973) 2 SCR 541 : (1973) 1 SCC 20 : (1973) CriLJ SC 370 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Jagmohan Singh Appellant Versus State of U.P. Respondent (Before : S. M. Sikri, C.J.I., A. N. Ray, I. D. Dua, D. G. Palekar And M. H. Beg, JJ.) Criminal Appeal No. 173 of 1971, Decided on : 03-10-1972. Constitution of India, 1950—Interpretation … Continue reading Constitution is meant for all the people of the country and not for the people of their own way of thinking alone.
(Full Text) PREAMBLE We, the sovereign Filipino people, imploring the aid of Almighty God, in order to build a just and humane society, and establish a Government that shall embody our ideals and aspirations, promote the common good, conserve and develop our patrimony, and secure to ourselves and our posterity, the blessings of independence and democracy under the rule of law and a regime of … Continue reading THE 1987 CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES
Apart from some parliamentary legislations, The United Kingdom never enacted any single document called as ‘ Constitution of United Kingdom ‘ or such. Having said so nonetheless following legislations have constitutional effects. Therefore, it can be safely said that the British constitution is a collection of important legislations which formulate the basic policy of the State and its People. Following Laws featuring as constitutionally important … Continue reading Constitution of the United Kingdom
As at 1 November 2010 Contents FEDERAL CONSTITUTION 1.1PART I THE STATES, RELIGION AND LAW OF THE FEDERATION 1.1.1Article 1: Name, States and territories of the Federation 1.1.2Article 2: Admission of new territories into the Federation 1.1.3Article 3: Religion of the Federation 1.1.4Article 4: Supreme law of the Federation 1.2PART II FUNDAMENTAL LIBERTIES 1.2.1Article 5: Liberty of the person 1.2.2Article 6: Slavery and forced labour … Continue reading Constitution of Malaysia
Table of Contents Constitution of the Republic of Singapore (CHAPTER CONST) Part I Preliminary 1 Citation 2 Interpretation Part II The Republic and the Constitution 3 Republic of Singapore 4 Supremacy of Constitution 5 Amendment of Constitution 5A (Repealed) Part III Protection of the Sovereignty of the Republic of Singapore 6 No surrender of sovereignty or relinquishment of control over the Police Force or the … Continue reading CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE
AMENDMENTS OF THE INDIAN CONSTITUTION [1 TO 101 ] 2016 1. The Constitution (First Amendment) Act, 1950—This amendment provided for several new grounds of restrictions to the right to freedom of speech and expression and the right to practise any profession or to carry on any trade or business as contained in Article 19 of the Constitution. These restrictions related to public order, friendly relations with foreign States … Continue reading All Amendments of the Indian Constitution at a glance
Consolidated: as amended by the First Amendment (19 October 1999), the Second Amendment (18 August 2000), the Third Amendment (9 November 2001) and the Fourth Amendment (11 August 2002). UUD 1945 in Bahasa PREAMBLE Whereas independence is a genuine right of all nations and any form of alien occupation should thus be erased from the earth as not in conformity with humanity and justice, Whereas the struggle … Continue reading Preamble of The Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia of 1945