Rights, emergencies and judicial review
Recurrent periods of Emergency rule in Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh provide the background for a comparative examination of constitutional emergency powers, individual rights, and judicial review. The basic premise of this study is that the invocation of a state of emergency can never justify an abrogation of constitutional government and, in this regard, the role of the Court is crucial. This work examines the extent to which the Court has performed its expected role, identifies...[Show more]
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