The legal and lawful conundrum

Extract from Momcilovic v The Queen & Ors [2011] HCA 34: 1 “The existence of a court presupposes the rule of law and therefore precludes the court from entertaining any proposition incompatible with the rule of law. The existence of a constitution presupposes the rule of law and therefore renders unconstitutional any attempt to subvert the rule of law. Parliament cannot suspend the rule of law, because the legislative power is limited to the making of law, which by definition must … Continue reading The legal and lawful conundrum
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