principle of law


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The Tokyo Declaration says the two nations will try to resolve the territorial row on the basis of the principle of law and justice, while the Moscow Declaration stipulates the two sides' resolve to conclude a peace treaty by 2000.
However, the Federal Court of Appeal disagreed, saying, "It is a well-established principle of law and a fundamental tenet of our system of government, in which Parliament and not the judiciary is supreme, that the courts have no power to review the policy considerations which motivate cabinet decisions.
No, to the Founding Fathers - fresh from a monarchy with nonexistent individual rights - the most important principle of law was that it protect the innocent and the presumed innocent against the state's capacity to oppress and misuse power, not that it punish the guilty.
It is now well settled principle of law that a resignation to take effect under Article 64 of the Constitution is dependent on the fulfillment of the constitutional duty of the Speaker to be satisfied that three factors are established: that it is tendered voluntarily;it is genuine, and that the member actually intended to relinquish, relieve or to quit the seat, he added.
If any principle of law might interfere with such justifications, they struck it down (Winnipeg, Dobson, Hill & Stenberg).
Under no principle of law can the exercise be repeated once a report has been given by a Commission appointed by this Court which falsifies the allegations of the petitioner", it added.
It is a well established principle of law that government agencies may not sponsor religious worship or require people to take part in religious ceremonies," wrote AU Executive Director Barry W.
It said that the court shall also take note that the Committee in question has been constituted apparently on the basis of proportionate representation of political parties than any other yardstick, principle of law or rule of the Parliament.

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