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His primary allegiance was to the supremacy of law and constitution.
We call this principle "the supremacy of law."
It prevented the building of a legitimate state and eliminated any step leading towards the supremacy of law.
The "Arab Spring" is reminding us that the supremacy of law in international relations is essential.
That was the view, the necessary supremacy of law, that animated the Framers of our Constitution.
Above all, it postulates the supremacy of law in the functioning of the state - the rule of law.
"The supremacy of law was upheld by the policemen's bludgeons, and with many broken heads and ensanguined eyes.
"You are waging an immortal struggle for the independence of the judiciary and the supremacy of law and the Constitution," he said.
The idea of the separation of powers also seems to influence Dicey's belief that Parliamentary sovereignty favours the supremacy of law.
Their basic agenda stays the same: the withdrawal of the military from politics, the supremacy of law, clean government and an investigation of corruption by Mr. Suharto.
He was chosen its founder President with the manifesto of upholding the Constitution, th supremacy of law, independence of judiciary and rule of law.
However, just like any other state authority, the UN can only be effective in a certain legal environment - which is why the supremacy of law in international relations is so important.
It raises the issue of respect for the certainty and supremacy of law, respect for fundamental rights, the separation of state and religion and strict standards for evidence.
Despite this, the supremacy of law and equality before the law were not well-known concepts, the tsar was still not bound by the law, and the "police had unlimited authority."
The rule of law, sometimes called "the supremacy of law", provides that decisions should be made by the application of known principles or laws without the intervention of discretion in their application.
When disputes do originate between marketplace democracies, they are less likely than others to escalate to violence because both states, even the stronger one, perceive greater long-term interests in the supremacy of law over power politics.
He later began work as a prosecutor, rising quickly through the ranks; several of his coworkers attributed it to the Kutil case, where Soeprapto demonstrated that he believed in the supremacy of law.
A key feature of our contemporary society, based on the supremacy of law, is to involve the citizens in political decision-making, shaped until recently by national governments and now the prerogative of our Community institutions.
The Charter's first Chapter establishes the Transitional Federal Government as the sovereign government of Somalia (Article 1), and gives the government supremacy of law over the nation (Article 3).
FASTRising is a group of people (students, faculty members and alumni) from FAST NU, Lahore who believe in the supremacy of law and the rule of meritocracy.
In the English practice, high crimes and misdemeanors included all of these. . . . The fundamental purpose of the impeachment process in England was the maintenance of the supremacy of law over all.
That said, implementation of the UN Security Council's resolutions on Libya by Nato members and some UN Security Council members betrayed a disregard for the principle of supremacy of law.
Justice and Development Party (AK Party) - Following the announcement of the results, Prime Minister Erdoğan said the state had "crossed a historic threshold toward advanced democracy and the supremacy of law."
We in our country are not just repainting the facade, but rebuilding the entire structure in which the rules of living together must and will be based on the supremacy of law, people's power, openness to the outside world, inter-ethnic harmony.
While the president may have appeared vacillating in terms of his command, he did emphasize the supremacy of law in the first of his statements on Sunday, placing the general's fate in the hands of the attorney general.