Bari Bharat Agreement

By september 12, 2021Geen categorie

In the State of Punjab (1967), the Tribunal decided that Parliament could not adopt a constitutional amendment that restricted the fundamental rights of the Constitution set out in Part III of the Constitution. It approached the preamble differently from that of the Tribunal de l`Union Berubari. The preamble sets and “the objective sought by the Constitution”. It was “not a platitude”, but the “ideals” and “aspirations” realized in the details of the document. These aspirations were the general ideals of the preamble of “equality”, “liberty”, “justice” and “fraternity”, which were then set out in Part III as individual fundamental rights. As such, “no authority created by the Constitution is the highest”; Instead, “the Constitution is [itself] exceptional.”