Daily Archives: January 5, 2014

2014 Could Be an Interesting Year for Constitutional Law


Social justice on its way…maybe

News and Views by Dionne Jackson Miller

 

As Jamaicans continue to test the still new 2011 Charter of Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, we could see some intriguing cases before the Supreme Court this year, such as the issue of the undated Senate resignation letters, a challenge to the buggery law, and a test of the constitutional provision for the right to a healthy environment. Such cases are important in delineating the limits of a constitution and specifying the protection it offers. 

The Undated Senate Resignation Letters

Former Senator Arthur Williams has indicated that he intends to pursue his claim that Opposition Leader Andrew Holness’s use of undated resignation letters to force him and Christopher Tufton out of the Senate violated his constitutional rights. Williams says the letters were intended to be used only in the event of Opposition Senators wanting to break with the party on the Caribbean Court of Justice. If the case goes…

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Cross-Border Politics: Why TnT may have blanked 13 Jamaicans…


Cross-Border Politics: Why TnT may have blanked 13 Jamaicans….

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The Loneliness Generation


A very interesting point of view on the subject of alone-ness…

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