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unconstitutional

at variance with or not permitted by a constitution
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Defining wages as private property and claiming unconstitutionality on the premise that the constitution protects private property is a matter of case law, not of the constitution.
The legislative section of the State Council has completed reviewing the new laws regulating press and media outlets, reaching a conclusion that they suspect the unconstitutionality of some articles of the new laws, according to a statement issued on Sunday.
The unfairness and unconstitutionality of the redelineation exercise will affect the legitimacy of the outcome of the upcoming election, the Malaysian Bar said today.
The current NWC, headed by Prince Uche Secondus, in taking this decision complied with their campaign promise of zero tolerance for impunity, indiscipline and unconstitutionality. I urge them to keep the flag flying in that respect so that with a record of untainted internal democracy, PDP will for sure take over the government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria soonest.
On the alleged unconstitutionality of the drive against illegal drugs, Calida said a law or an ordinance cannot be declared unconstitutional based on the abuses committed by its implementor.
When asked about the action the JO was mulling to take over the 'unconstitutionality' of the Cabinet, he said they will have to wait till Parliament convenes on January 23 or Supreme Court on January 6.
'This motion smacks of an unconstitutionality. Wiper is a parliamentary party, and, according to the Constitution, being a party not forming the government, it has a right to have a nominee to the PSC.
However, the embassy explained that the only activities which were suspended were the preparations for holding what it called an "Unconstitutional referendum" in accordance with the constitutional court ruling that stated the referendum's unconstitutionality.
Bass is widely recognized for her pro bono work on behalf of two foster children that led to the elimination and holding of the unconstitutionality of the 20-year-old ban on gay adoption in the state of Florida.
Individual chapters are focused on analytical jurisprudence and its discontents, the contingent relation between invalidity and unconstitutionality, and a wide variety of other related subjects.