The Australian law is not the same as other liberal democracies since the legal system
lacks the bill of rights. However, human rights protections found in Australia's constitution
enforced by the parliament of the commonwealth or even house of the senate. The Australian
constitutional law provides every citizen of the country with the right to vote, captured under the
S 41 1 Moreover will explore more points on the provisions of the law and human rights with their
merits and demerits. Besides, the essay will tackle the importance of justice in society and faults
The Australian law protects individuals and prohibits property acquisition, on terms
which are unjust as provided by s51 of the constitution. The Australian constitutional law
ensures that every citizen has the freedom and right to a jury trial. Individuals are also allowed
by s116 of the Australian constitution to participate in worship activities. However,
discrimination of individuals could have been on the rise in the absence of s117, primarily based
on state residency. The Australian law ensures minimal dangers related to arbitration biased and
decisions that are not honest. The Australian constitutional statutes and human rights are always
specific and well known by citizens.
Consequently, this makes it easy for individuals to tell whenever judgment made by the
judges does not conform to the law. Individuals are supposed to see that justice is in place.
Suppose the justice administration is given entirely to the judge, then legitimacy could be
affected by some judges' dishonest opinions. The Constitution of Australia ensures that justice is
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administered equally to all citizens. The laws which are fixed in all circumstances to ensure no
errors are made in judgment individually.
Judges not expected to twist rulings on cases being that there are rules from the
constitution. However, in the absence of the law, some judges would tend to use them. Opinions
rather than the deman 2 Also, research reveals that most citizens of Australia are happy to be
ruled by laws based on the constitution rather than the personal views of judges. The third merit
is that constitutional law and human rights are more reliable. Believed that judgment based on an
individual's minds consists of many failures, and the judge's views are not different. On the other
hand, the law of Australia has some demerits to individuals living in the environment of
Australia. The rigidity of the Australian law turns out to be one of the faults that significantly
affect the lives of Australians. The reason is that constitutional rules responsible for the provision
of human rights may be altered over time to accommodate needs.
Otherwise, the law that fails to readjust itself would be considered improper for the
people. Constitutional laws have conservative nature in the Australian legal system. More so, it
is common to find people, such as lawyers and judges. Judges and even some lawyers tend to
favor the laws currently in use, which makes the Australian law lack change and growth.
Formalism is another change in the constitutional legal systems of Australia. According to the
research, legal systems tend to emphasize the form of law. At the expense of its substance, in
some instances, technical objections are looked. This is a waste of time since they are not related
to the case in question. The complexity of Australian legal systems is another factor. Australian
constitution and human rights might, at times, maybe complex and hard to be understood by the
citizens intended. However, the concerned persons try as much to reduce the complexity to make
it easier for all citizens.
The Australian constitutional law provides every citizen of the country with the right to
vote, captured under the S 41 3 Moreover will explore more points on the provisions of the
structure and the human rights with their merits and demerits. Australian constitutional laws and
human rights are always precise and well known by citizens. Consequently, this makes it easy
for individuals to tell whenever judgment made. The judges do not conform to the law 4 . In the
absence of the law, some judges would tend to use their opinions rather than the constitution's
demands. Besides, research reveals that most Australia citizens are happy to be ruled by laws
based on the structure rather than the personal views of judges. Generally, a country such as
Australia cannot run smoothly without constitutional laws and human rights. Remarkably, legal
regulations and human rights also have more benefits to citizens than limitations.
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