In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1legislarto legislate on sth — legislar sobre algo
- It makes good sense, however, to include as many species as possible when legislating in order to control contagious livestock diseases.
- The argument also fails to recognise that Parliament can legislate in breach of the rules of international law.
- That principle places limitations on the power of Parliament to legislate to abrogate or undermine those fundamental rules.
- More and more, courts in both the United States and Europe are legislating from the bench.
- And it will mean legislating to end age discrimination at work.
- In Australia, the situation differs significantly as several jurisdictions have already legislated to prohibit the removal, storage and use of sperm from a man who is dying or has died.
- For safety reasons the city authorities should legislate to make it compulsory that a paying passenger should also be given a helmet.
- They are applicable because this is an area that the Commonwealth is entitled to legislate in, clearly, and has legislated in.
- The National Government explicitly declined to legislate in order to overturn that precedent.
- There is no doubt that the Parliament could so legislate, constitutional protections aside.
- Other forms of delegated legislation include the power of ministers to legislate by Order in Council and for local authorities to make by-laws.
- On this basis, Herron announced that the government would legislate to authorise construction of the bridge.
- Parliament has legislated that they are not be treated as a class but as individuals.
- See also Glenn Reynolds' comments on Congress' lack of Constitutional authority to legislate in this area.
- In particular they should not be used to legislate.
- Only a few governments, such as New Zealand's, have legislated specifically for sustainable development.
- The Commonwealth, in the Judiciary Act provisions, has also legislated in relation to legal practitioners in federal jurisdiction.
- He is attempting to pack the courts with zealots and activists who are not impartial and who will legislate from the bench.
- That is what we mean when we say the States cannot legislate about these matters in federal jurisdiction.
- Otherwise, the Commonwealth could always legislate to say certain categories of State legislation are prohibited.
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