AN INTRODUCTION TO JUDICIAL REVIEW IN BANGLADESH: With Special Reference to Marbury V. Madison Case

               Years ago in 1610, Sir Edward Coke, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas declared in Dr. Bonham’s case that “in many cases, the common law will control Acts of Parliament”. This historic declaration gave rise to a everlasting debate regarding the extend of power between the Parliament and the Judicial organ and also played […]

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NULLIFYING OF 16TH AMMENDMENT: Unprecedented reaction similar to jeopardise the country’s Independence of Judiciary

RECENTLY the whole nation witnessed an unprecedented robustious reaction from ruling party senior ministers and parliamentarians from the opposition also hours after the High Court Division declared, the 16th amendment that had empowered the parliament to remove a Supreme Court judge on grounds of misconduct and incapacity, unconstitutional and void on 5th May. Experts and academicians […]

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