PPAS 4130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Parliamentary Sovereignty, Patriation Reference, Judicial Activism

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Doug ford enacting section 33, it is the last section of the charter. The first 33 sections of 1982, constitute the charter. He has used section 33 as a threat to push his policy. All helped work on the formulation of the charter of rights/sec 33. Pierre trudeau did not want the addition of sec 33, prof considers it the biggest compromise he had made, but it was necessary for him to acquire the charter he wanted to implement, Roach believes that sec 33 can be used as a check in balance, it helps keep parliamentary supremacy. Roach brings up the question, how is the charter different from the bill of rights of 1791 in the. Supreme can also strike down the law that it deems unconstitutional, it also gives advice to the legislature on how to chnge and fx it for it to become constitutional to keep the legal system in balance,

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