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Posted by: karibbean Marketing on 2012-02-06
Posted under: General Information on 2011-10-05 by BCCI Marketing
Public consultations on the 9th Amendment comes to an end on October 20, 2011. Having still a small window to continue the public discourse on this issue, I encourage you to use this venue to register your views/comments/opinions on the 9th Amendment. Of particular concern is the following excerpts from the Chamber’s press release:
“…if enacted, it allows the Legislature to have absolute power to amend the Constitution as long as it has 2/3rds – 3/4ths majority, as well as follow the procedural requirements under Section 69”
“…we move from Constitutional Supremacy where the laws passed by the Legislature must conform to the Constitution, to Parliamentary Supremacy where the Parliament is supreme and can pass any law without reference to our Constitution.”
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