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1. Unintelligible legislation is the negation of the rule of law and of parliamentary democracy.
2. Everyone is subject to the rule of law.
3. We are here to uphold the rule of law.
4. Democracy is predicated upon the rule of law.
5. We hope for a world where the rule of law, not the law of the jungle, governs the conduct of nations.
6. Democracy and the rule of law are yet to be firmly established in the country.
7. This, it is alleged, undermines the rule of law.
8. Democrats must respect the rule of law.
9. We have to follow the rule of law.
10. Violent picketing also threatened the rule of law.
11. The concept of the rule of law is not logically compatible with that of parliamentary sovereignty.
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12. Dicey's views on the rule of law also merit detailed scrutiny.
13. It has failed to establish the rule of law, allowing gangsters and militants to intimidate at will.
14. I am confident that we can restore peace, stability and respect for the rule of law.
15. In putting this case we should first recollect the third pillar in Dicey's concept of the rule of law.
16. He is a reformer with an outspoken commitment to civil society, social justice, the rule of law and expanded freedom.
17. However, we are not that much nearer to a world order dominated by a fair application of the rule of law.
18. But it was not with this intervention level in mind that the rule of law and various protective judicial principles were formulated.
19. The reference here to distrust of the judiciary once again accentuates Dicey's adoption of the ancient conception of the rule of law.
20. This extradition is a victory for all who believe in the rule of law.
21. Such a degree of hypocrisy can not be tolerated; it is morally indefensible[sentencedict.com], and in defiance of the rule of law.
22. But this presumptive privilege must be considered in light of our historic commitment to the rule of law.
23. The most disturbing threat to our freedom and security is the growing disrespect for the rule of law.
24. Many reject democracy in terms of party competition, majority rule and the rule of law.
25. At the core of the constitution of liberty, then, lies the concept of the rule of law.
26. He did not create a level economic playing field or introduce the rule of law, as the West understands those terms.
27. They are never forceful enough in condemning bad policing that is a disgrace to the republic and to the rule of law.
28. He centred his attention on the sovereignty of Parliament, the conventions of the constitution, and the rule of law.
29. No one can read the Pentateuch and conclude that justice is just concerned with private property and the rule of law.
30. What anthropologists stressed was that the State brought safety for the individual, peace, and the rule of law.
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