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In 1970 the system of adult franchise was adopted and a democratic setup was introduced in Azad Jammu and Kashmir through Azad Jammu and Kashmir Act, 1970. For the first time, the […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Constitution is meant for all the people of the country and not for the people of their own way of thinking alone.
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(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 […]
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. […]
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It is the duty of the Republic to remove those obstacles of an economic or social nature which constrain the freedom and equality of citizens, thereby impeding the full development of the human person and the effective participation of all workers in the political, economic and social organisation of the country.
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 […]
There exist equitable harmony between Parts III and IV of the Constitution, no intention could be inferred by making the fundamental rights conferred by Part III subservient to the directive principles of State Policy […]
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It has been held by the courts consistently that presumption of constitutionality is always in favour of a legislation unless the contrary is shown. Parliament and the Legislatures comprising the representatives of […]