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Nothing would happen as a direct consequence from having no Bill of Rights. The Commonwealth of Australia has no Bill of Rights and is constantly regarded as a free and democratic country, so having no Bill of rights doesn't mean the country would collapse it just means that unelected Judges cannot stop or block laws that may infringe on a minorities rights, and places the onus on the elected politicians to take into account the interests of the nation and balance it with protecting human rights to an extent.

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What would happen? Basically what is happening in countries where individual rights are being violated....to name only a few situations: not able to speak your mind or write/publish your opinions without dire consequences, not be entitled to protection from discrimination in the workplace or any other public facility/activity, not be able to worship unharassed in whatever religion you choose, loss of a fair trial/and representation if you are accused of a crime, loss of humane sentence and treatment during that sentence if you are convicted, good possibility that what you own (or think you own) can be removed from you without recourse....

Edit: The Commonwealth of Australia has no Bill of Rights and does not suffer from the effects above. In fact Australia has laws in place to protect against discrimination and the like without the need of a Bill of Rights, a Bill of Rights simply takes the power from elected politicians and places it into the hands of unelected judges.

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