Supremacy of the Parliament/Legislative and Limitations
- Limitations to Supremacy of the The legislative branch of government is responsible for making laws within a country. Legislatures are made up of people called legislators who, in democracies, are elected by the country’s population More
Supremacy to the parliament can be described as the exclusive right of the parliament to make and unmake laws without external control. The parliament has ultimate power in constitutional issues with the A constitution is a set of fundamental rules that determine how a country or state is run. More.
This type exists mainly in a parliamentary system of government.
Limitations to Supremacy of the Legislative:
(i) The constitution limits the role of the parliament, referendum, and amendment procedure.
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