Promotion of Peace and Security through Law in Democratic Countries like India

  • Ayush Das
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  • Ayush Das

    Student at NMIMS, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India

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It is crucial that all citizens in a democratic political system have an equal say in this. It is also crucial that everyone is subject to the law equally and that no one is exempt from it. All individuals who are a part of a nation's community must abide by its laws. But laws will never be flawless. They were made by humans and may require modification. They might become outdated, ineffectual, or just plain unfair to some social groups. Last but not least, laws should respect human rights. This is crucial to ensuring that laws are equitable so that they are not abused by a dictatorship or as a tool of oppression. Therefore, the majority of democratic regimes rely on written constitutions that offer a human rights framework that supersedes national legislation. To determine whether legislation are in accordance with the constitution or not, some nations have also established constitutional courts.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 1, Page 2204 - 2209


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