Parliaments are not Supreme

Wayne Glew claims that Parliaments are not supreme or sovereign, relying on cherry-picked passages in pages 676 1 and 791 2 of Quick and Garran, which he uses in response to the well established doctrine of Parliamentary Sovereignty. “The Parliament is not supreme, and the very essence of the Federation is that it should not be so.” “The Federal Parliament and the State Parliaments are not sovereign bodies, they are legislatures with limited powers, and any law which they attempt to … Continue reading Parliaments are not Supreme
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