Constitutional Law | New Zealand Assignment

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Constitutional Law
ESSAY The constitutions are the primary sources of law on which every statue has been based.Further, government introduce legislations by considering each article from this fundamentallaw. In New Zealand, every law is made within the limit of constituion' clause therefore, anyprovision is beyond the statements than whole law become unaffected and is not applicable incountries. On the other hand, only centre government has the power to change its provision forpublic interest along with this, queen permission is require to be recived. It consists offundamental right and duty which has applied on new Zealand citizen with same manner further,any existing law effected to fundametal right than resident person has right to claim in court fordemanding rigth again. In the present time, New Zealand constitution has written an individual act of parliament(Bovens, Goodin and Schillemans, 2014). The British parliament constitution has described thepolitical norm for New Zealand territory. Further, these structures are more flexible whichcannot be changed without the public consent. Therefore, every change in fundamental lawrequires prescribed process in a systematic manner (Ratnapala and Crowe, 2012). Indeed,changes must be required at regular time period with effective manner according to the internalenvironment. Hence, presidential style government has not suitable on these countries becauseproper execution is only possible when public interference is exist with proper manner. Hence, inthe demographic changes gives right to each citizen to choose their own government by usingvoting right.In the pastime, every power has delegates to few authorities which they used formaintaining proper operation within the specific jurisdiction area (Cox and Samaha, 2013). Sothere is arise chances to wrong operation . , in fact, it may impact on public interest in negativeway. . Indeed, demographical constitution impact on total power structure. Where publiccontribute their part interest for securing country interest . The power is categorized in threemanner one is Political power, Judicial and administrative. Therefore, every power is dividedinto different part for public interest which citizen can use this authority for safe guarding owninterest (Arjomand and Brown, 2013). Thus, each authority divides their responsibilities in smallparts and executes it according to the resident’s interest. At the time of preparing legislation the
authority considers fundamental law's article properly and also emphasizes that law not impactthe right of any residential person. On the other hand, single person is not able to take appropriate decision with effectivemanner because the decisions are made according to one’s own perception (Stone, Chowdhuryand Clark, 2013). In monarchy system, decision making power has not distributes to differentauthority that is why effective decision making will not be possible. Secondly, this type ofjudgement are treated as a dictator opinion which has adopted by north Korea government. Thistype of decision are not match with public interest properly therefore, there is chance to harminterest of citizen (Clarke, Keyzer and Stellios, 2013). On the other side, in case of power hasdelegated to various authority or decentralized then rules and regulation are prepared for publicinterest by adopting proper process. But there are also chances for corruption and making wrongdecision (Bellia Jr and Clark, 2012). In Bureaucracy, citizen has the right to take free decision asstate in fundamental law.In the present period, it has adopted system i.e. monarchy and bureaucracy system wherecitizen of this country has the right to appoint their parliamentary representative by using theirvoting right (Rosas and Armati, 2012). Therefore, in the present time, John Key represent to newzealand as prime minister of the whole nation who has elected from citizen voting. On the otherhand, Queen Elizabeth represents the monarchy power whose consent is necessary for majorchanges in New Zealand countries. A constitutional monarchy refer to delegate power to specific person or group only whereany laws has not been passed until final confirmation has not received (Constitutional Change inNew Zealand: The Monarchy, The Treaty of Waitangi, and Social Rights in a SupremeConstitution, 2015). Therefore, parliament member pass every bill by conducting proper debateon the particular topics. Hence, every national interest decision has been made underparliamentary procedures where public representative makes discussion for maintaining growthin the national territory (Bovens, Goodin and Schillemans, 2014). Therefore, finally this bill hasbeen sent to queen for last confirmation. If permission has been granted for bill then it will beapplied in nation and vice versa. Union list refer to government power for making rules and regulation as per the country’sinterest. It will give power to union government for making rules according to the internal

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