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Qubra Ali

The Brexit Cyclone: EU Withdrawal Bill 2018 and White Paper on UK-EU Relations

The Brexit Cyclone: EU Withdrawal Bill 2018 and White Paper on UK-EU Relations In July 2016, in a historic referendum that shocked the world, the British public voted to leave the European

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK?

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK? For decades the European Union has been confident in the supremacy of its laws over those of the member states which tend

President, Parliament And Separation Of Powers

President, Parliament And Separation Of Powers “It is the will of the people which turns an ordinance from ‘having effect and force of law’ to ‘law in force and in effect’. That


Muhammad Danish

No Real Argument About It: Judges Make Law – Declaratory Theory Is More Or Less Nonsense

No Real Argument About It: Judges Make Law – Declaratory Theory Is More Or Less Nonsense The declaratory theory is a principle concerning the source of law which primarily supports the doctrine

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Rana Touseef Sami

Objectives Resolution In Limbo

Objectives Resolution In Limbo The preamble of any constitution is its most important part as it highlights the fundamental principles and/or purposes which the constitution pursues or elucidates. In the Constitution of Pakistan,