unbridled authority

unbridled authority

noun absolute discretion, blank check, carte blanche, complete liberty, every option, free hand, freedom, full authority, full delegated authority, full power, full range, latitude, leeway, maneuvering space, total discretion, unbridled discretion, unhampered authority
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"State's attorneys are clearly not meant to have unbridled authority to appoint special prosecutors," he said.
The price willingly given is unbridled authority over their areas of influence and the freedom to 'earn' wealth by any means, fair or foul.
And in the process trampled all over the Constitution's provision for due process protection while waving the flag of the #MeToo movement, which has a legitimacy as a political movement but certainly not unbridled authority Only our founding document has that.
Considering that judicial activism had increased due to the point of the functions of parliament and the Court colluding, perhaps this check on unbridled authority was very much needed- and it could not have come from any place better than from within the Court itself.
"It has long been settled by the Supreme Court that the SSS has no unbridled authority to grant additional benefits to its officials and employees.
Aquino, only a few days in power, abolished the 1973 Constitution under which she took her oath of office, arrogated unbridled authority unto herself and arbitrarily ordered the wholesale removal of Supreme Court justices, Appellate Court justices, lower court judges, prosecutors and other career officials and employees of the Ministry of Justice.
Every time he has been in power, Nawaz has been sacked, chasing unbridled authority and for his inability to play as a team member.
Krishna Iyer, while he was a Judge in Kerala High Court, stated in one of his judgments: "It is a popular fallacy that a Muslim male enjoys, under the Quranic law, unbridled authority to liquidate the marriage."
The ambiguous laws coupled with unbridled authority at the official level paves the way for coercive measures against the business community and it leads to capital flight from the country.
Mesk added that the Israeli Supreme court's referral of the case to military prosecution, effectively allows military prosecution unbridled authority to deal with the case according to whims.
Fraser, recalling the deregulation debate in the late 1990s, said lawmakers decided to give the PUC "broad authority to keep the lights on" but not "unbridled authority to do an entire redesign."
"We are of the considered view that this waiver did not give respondents (DoJ) the unbridled authority to withhold the filing of the Information against petitioner indefinitely.