1. The vast majority of progressive democratic constitutions explicitly provide for some form of judicial review. This means that courts in most democratic countries around the world have the power to rule an act of the legislature, or an action of an executive officer, inconsistent with the constitution, and thus unconstitutional. Most commonly, the courts can use the power of judicial review to rule an act of the legislature, or an action of an executive officer, in violation of an individual constitutional right. 2. Moreover, most progressive democratic...
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