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Posted: Jul 6 2011, 06:46 PM
Group: Chief Justice
Member No.: 104
Joined: 2-February 11
In re: On the Facilitation of Constitutional Progress
PDF of Opinion
Judgement: 2-0, Constitutional amendments supersede any conflicting language in the Constitution, and therefore the proposed amendment is not unconstitutional. Additionally, the Court has the authority to issue opinions where there is no case or controversy.