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What is mant by the doctrine of parliamentary supremacy?

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05/13/2009

Founded in Great Britain. The doctrine of parliamentary supremacy may be summarised in three points: * Parliament can make law concerning anything. * No Parliament can bind a future parliament (that is, it cannot pass a law that cannot be changed or reversed by a future Parliament). * A valid Act of Parliament cannot be questioned by the court. Parliament is the supreme lawmaker.