Provision 3 of Article 370 empowers the President to repeal or amend any part of Article 370 but he needs to have the concurrence of the Constituent
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Ms Black said: "My constituent
arrived early to her assessment as requested by her assessors only to be told she would have to wait another 90 minutes to be seen.
The most surprising finding from the interviews was the emphasis that the respondents placed on constituency service work, a term that refers to frontend service provision conducted for constituents
by elected representatives or their staff.
According to Lacson, Arroyo's preference for separate voting in a constituent
assembly carries no guarantee.
SEHWAN -- Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leaders faced the ire of constituents
while campaigning for the forthcoming elections in various constituencies of Sindh province.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-May 8, 2018-Cushing MLP Market Cap Index constituents
Would Mr Isherwood give his constituents
an honest and factual statement on the future of the Port of Holyhead?
Would he now tell his constituents
of North Wales when the UK leaves the EU will it be beneficial to the Port of Holyhead or will it be detrimental?
As long as the ordinary amending power (the secondary constituent
power) is understood as distinct from the exclusive constitution-making power of the people (the primary constituent
power), there is nothing paradoxical in noting that the former cannot be used to change the existing constitution in ways so fundamental that amount to the creation of a new one.
To activate your constituent
badge you can go to the Town Hall section of Facebook, this is listed along the left side of your home page under "Explore," if you're on the web platform.
For the first approach, the influence of semantic transparency is described in terms of whether the meaning of the constituent
is able to influence the activation of the compound's representation.