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High courts have ruled in 12 cases that the election results were unconstitutional but valid, while two other rulings said results were in a state of unconstitutionality and two others invalidated results as unconstitutional for the first time.
Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) on Sunday announced that itwould not present its anticipated report on the alleged unconstitutionality of Egypt's current Parliament for another month.
But I feel very angry about the fact that the court said that the unconstitutionality could have been avoided through certain means.
This unconstitutionality does not however invalidate elections held under the previous transitional constitution of 2004, which with the electoral law was consistent.
The court upheld the NES decision on the unconstitutionality of the fee but did not find that a refund of the entire amount was required either by the Due Process Clause of the U.
The 26-year-old Dubliner was initially charged with unlawful carnal knowledge but this was struck out after the "Mr C" case highlighted the unconstitutionality of the law.
Indeed, if it had, the clear unconstitutionality would have likely caused enough controversy to kill it.
APHA is urging that a court decision affirming the unconstitutionality of the so-called "partial-birth" abortion ban be upheld by the U.
His magnificent treatise against the slave system, The Unconstitutionality of Slavery (1845),would spark a firestorm of debate and have a huge influence on Douglass' evolving legal ideas.
This came in an explanation of a January judgement rejecting Rothmans Benson & Hedges' claim of unconstitutionality about a Saskatchewan ban on 'power wall' tobacco product displays.