Special powers act violates Westminster"s own principles

re-produced from The Irish News, 26th July 1972.
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[Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association?] , [Belfast?]
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Special Powers Act, [XIV of ] Section 2(1) and 3— Section 3 if authorises detention for protective purpose. It confers on the Government the power to detain an individual for the purpose of preventing him from doing one or other or the 8 prejudicial acts mentioned in.

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Special Powers Act, Section 30(I)(a)— Detention ordered by the Government— Grounds to be served upon the detenu—. Government has the power under section 3(1)(a) of the Special Powers Act, to issue detention order for 90 days more but in so doing it shall have to supply the grounds to the detenu as contemplated under section 8 of the Act.

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Power to approve treaties, declare war, create & maintain an army & navy, make rules governing land & naval forces, regulate foreign commerce.

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Introduction: The Armed Forces Special Powers Act, (28 of ) was basically brought forward as an immediate measure to control the insurgency problem in North-East India and came into force on 11 September, [i] The act was modelled on the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Ordinance promulgated by the British Government in to control [ ].

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A further check on the powers of statutory bodies and ultimately ministers is the concept of Judicial Review. Section 4. General powers. — The Administration is hereby authorized to adopt, alter, and use a corporate seal which shall be judicially noticed; to make contracts; to lease or own real and personal property, and to sell or otherwise dispose of the same; to sue and be sued; to make an annual report to Congress upon the administration of this Act and any other matter relating to the better.

For the Naga people, it raised issues of ethical and democratic principles and the presence of internal contradictions because when the Constitution of India guarantees the Right to Life in Arti the Armed Forces Special Powers Act provides the power to 'kill.' The Act further implies that the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) of.

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