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342.4108/5 HIE 2015
Parliamentary bills of rights :
LCC K3240
DDC 342.4108/5
Tác giả CN Hiebert, Janet,
Nhan đề Parliamentary bills of rights : the experiences of New Zealand and the United Kingdom experiences / Janet L. Hiebert, James B. Kelly
Thông tin xuất bản Cambridge, United Kingdom :Cambridge University Press,2015
Mô tả vật lý xviii, 484 p. ;24 cm.
Tùng thư Cambridge studies in constitutional law
Tóm tắt "Both New Zealand and the United Kingdom challenge assumptions about how a bill of rights functions. Their parliamentary bills of rights constrain judicial review and also look to parliament to play a rights-protecting role. This arises from the requirement to inform parliament if legislative bills are not compatible with rights. But are these bills of rights operating in this proactive manner? Are governments encountering significantly stronger pressures to ensure legislation complies with rights? Are these bills of rights resulting in more reasoned deliberations in parliament about the justification of legislation from a rights perspective? Through extensive interviews with public officials and analysis of parliamentary debates where questions of compliance with rights arise (prisoner voting, parole and sentencing policy, counter-terrorism legislation, and same-sex marriage), this book argues that a serious gap exists between the promise of these bills of rights and the institutional variables that influence how these parliaments function".
Thuật ngữ chủ đề Civil rights-Great Britain
Thuật ngữ chủ đề Civil rights-New Zealand
Thuật ngữ chủ đề Legislation-Great Britain
Thuật ngữ chủ đề Legislation-New Zealand
Từ khóa tự do Luật Hiến pháp
Từ khóa tự do Quyền công dân
Từ khóa tự do Anh
Từ khóa tự do New Dilân
Tác giả(bs) CN Kelly, James B.
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 422-462) and index
5050 |aThe New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 -- Political origins of the New Zealand Bill of Rights Act -- The New Zealand Bill of Rights Act 1990 and MMP -- The Misuse of Drugs Act 1975 and prisoner disenfranchisement -- The Attorney General, select committees and penal populism -- Political origins of the Human Rights Act -- Pre-legislative compatibility assessments under HRA -- Parliamentary review of national security measures -- Parliamentary review : equality and democratic issues
520 |a"Both New Zealand and the United Kingdom challenge assumptions about how a bill of rights functions. Their parliamentary bills of rights constrain judicial review and also look to parliament to play a rights-protecting role. This arises from the requirement to inform parliament if legislative bills are not compatible with rights. But are these bills of rights operating in this proactive manner? Are governments encountering significantly stronger pressures to ensure legislation complies with rights? Are these bills of rights resulting in more reasoned deliberations in parliament about the justification of legislation from a rights perspective? Through extensive interviews with public officials and analysis of parliamentary debates where questions of compliance with rights arise (prisoner voting, parole and sentencing policy, counter-terrorism legislation, and same-sex marriage), this book argues that a serious gap exists between the promise of these bills of rights and the institutional variables that influence how these parliaments function".
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