subsidiary law

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He also agreed with defence counsel that the document sought to be tendered was a subsidiary law and therefore needs no certification.
He considered the amendments introduced by the committee to the "Freedoms" document a breach that would undermine the future of liberties in Sudan, saying the document was put in the constitution not the subsidiary laws in order to protect freedoms.
He held "our Constitution and subsidiary laws of taxation have borrowed from the enlightened ideas of modern democracy, where collection of taxes by the state and adjudication of disputes which arise in the process are amenable to judicial interpretation.
Jennifer Ju-hsuan Wang, minister of the Council of Labor Affairs (CLA), says that the three labor laws will be implemented simultaneously next year on May 1, Labor Day, after eight subsidiary laws are enacted and arbitration mechanism for labor-management disputes is set up.
Sudan's interim constitution guarantees freedom of expression but subsidiary laws like the Criminal Procedures Act and the National Security Act contain articles which allow for curtailment of press freedom.