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In such cases, by passing ordinary legislation, Parliament may, in effect, modify or annul the operation of certain provisions of the Constitution without actually amending them. There are again other provisions of the Constitution under which Parliament may provide for very important matters by simple legislation containing, where necessary, even provisions amending the Constitution, but without attracting the special requirements of article 368. Article 4, for instance, provides that any law made by Parliament under article 2 (relating to admission or 25.

Meghalaya 2 - - 18. Mizoram 1 - 1 19. Nagaland 1 - - 20. Orissa 21 3 5 21. Punjab 13 3 - 22. Rajasthan 25 4 3 23. Sikkim 1 - - 24. Tamil Nadu 39 7 - 36. The Representation of the People Act, 1950, s. 4. 37. First Schedule to the Representation of the People. Act, 1950, as amended by the Representation of the People (Amendment) Act, 1976 and as further amended by the Constitution (Fifty-third Amendment) Act, 1986. Composition of Parliament 1 25. Tripura 26. Uttar Pradesh 27. 28. 2 19 3 4 2 - 1 80 18 - Uttarakhand 5 - - West Bengal 42 8 2 - II.

E. the Directive Principles of State Policies, in toto, (n) The balance between Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles, (o) The Parliamentary system of Government, (p) The principle of free and fair elections, (q) Limitations upon the amending power conferred by art. 368, (r) Independence of the Judiciary, (s) Effective access to justice, (t) Powers of the Supreme Court under arts. ” 3. In re. Delhi Laws Act (1912) op. , cf. observations by Fazl Ali, J. 4. Art. 246 read with the Seventh Schedule.

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