Law of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine

The Constitutional Court of Ukraine (hereinafter - the “Constitutional Court” or the “Court”) shall be the body of constitutional jurisdiction, which ensures the supremacy of the Constitution of Ukraine, decides on conformity of laws of Ukraine to the Constitution of Ukraine and other acts in the cases provided for by the Constitution of Ukraine, provides official interpretation of the Constitution of Ukraine, as well as exercises other powers under the Constitution of Ukraine.

Law on the Constitutional Court 2015 – The Republic of Serbia

Transparency is guaranteed by means of publication of decisions of the Constitutional Court, by publication of statements from sessions on the Internet home page of the Constitutional Court, by holding public debates and hearings in procedure before the Constitutional Court, by release of communiqués to the public information media, by holding press conferences and in other manner

Law of the Republic of Belarus on the Constitutional Proceedings

constitutional proceedings - procedure of consideration of cases by the Constitutional Court, making judgments and decisions upon them as well as performance of procedural actions by judges of the Constitutional Court and participants of constitutional proceedings aiming at the realisation of their procedural rights and execution of their procedural obligations defined by this Law and other legislative acts;

Salient features of Indian Constitution outlined by Dr. Rajendra Prasad in Constituent Assembly Debates -26/11/1949

Well, the first and the most obvious fact which will attract any observer is the fact that we are going to have a Republic. India knew republics in the past olden days, but that was 2,000 years ago or more and those republics were small republics. We never had anything like the Republic which we are going to have now, although there were empires in those days as well as during the Mughal period which covered very large parts of the country. The President of the Republic will be an elected President. We never have had an elected Head of the State which covered such a large area of India. And it is for the first time that it becomes open to the humblest and the lowliest citizens of the country to deserve and become the President or the Head of this big State which counts among the biggest States of the world today.

Right to ignore the State-Harbart Spencer-1850

A good check upon that sentiment of power-worship which still misleads us by magnifying the prerogatives of constitutional governments as it once did those of monarchs. Let men learn that a legislature is not "our God upon earth," though, by the authority they ascribe to it and the things they expect from it, they would seem to think it is. Let them learn rather that it is an institution serving a purely temporary purpose, whose power, when not stolen, is at the best borrowed.

White Paper on Indian States-1948-Ministry of States GOI

The White Paper on Indian States issued on July 5, 1948, contained a survey of the developments in respect of States during the first year of the existence of the Ministry of States. During the period of a year and a half which has followed the issue of that White Paper, the policy of integration pursued by the Government of India has made further progress. The States integrated during this period include Mayurbhanj, Kolhapur, Baroda, Rampur, Tehri-Garhwal, Benaras and Cooch-Behar, which have been merged in Provinces; Bhopal, Tripura and Manipur which have been taken over as centrally administered units; Travancore and Cochin, whose Union emerges as a new unit on the Indian map; and the remaining Rajputana States of Bikaner, Jaipur, Jodhpur and Jaisalmer which have been integrated in the reconstituted United State of Rajasthan. An outstanding development during this period has been the establishment of constitutional relationship between the Centre and the State of Hyderabad.

The Law and the Constitution-1905

If the Crown is the pivot in theory, in practice its functions are delegated to the British Cabinet, and indirectly to the British Parliament. The last has two separate aspects: it is a local parliament for the British isles, and an Imperial body acting as trustee for the Empire, This doctrine of trusteeship is historically correct, and it has the merit of exactly covering the existing practic

Article III of U.S. Constitution-Judicial Department

The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services, a Compensation, which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office.