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He then served in the German delegation to the Paris Peace Conference and as advisor to the Confidential Committee for Constitutional Reform, which drafted the Weimar Constitution.
Following the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement ( CPA ) in 2005 between the government of Omar al-Bashir and the SPLA, a Government of National Unity was installed in Sudan in accordance with the Interim Constitution whereby a co-Vice President position representing the south was created in addition to the northern Sudanese Vice President.
On October 14, 2008, the Court, conducted a series of divided votes declared " contrary to law and the Constitution " the MOA-AD of the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and Moro Islamic Liberation Front Tripoli Agreement of Peace on 2001.
On 13 October 1997, the Croatian 1861 Law Party and the Bosnia-Herzegovina 1861 Law Party requested the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina to annul several decisions and to confirm one decision of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and, more importantly, to review the constitutionality of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, since they alleged that the agreement violated the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina in a way that it undermined the integrity of the state and that it may cause the dissolution of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The war was ended with Komura's signature on behalf of the Japanese government of the Treaty of Portsmouth, which was highly unpopular in Japan, leading to the Hibiya Incendiary Incident < ref name =" nyt1905 ">" Japan's Present Crisis and Her Constitution ; The Mikado's Ministers Will Be Held Responsible by the People for the Peace Treaty -- Marquis Ito May Be Able to Save Baron Komura ," New York Times.
The preamble of Section 91 of the Constitution Act, 1867 states: " It shall be lawful for the Queen, [...] to make laws for the Peace, Order, and good Government of Canada, in relation to all Matters not coming within the Classes of Subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the Provinces ;" In addition to assigning powers that are not otherwise stated elsewhere ( which has been very narrowly interpreted ), this has led to the creation of the national emergency and national concern doctrines, which are governed by the principles stated by Le Dain J. in R. v. Crown Zellerbach Canada Ltd .:
Journalist Charles C. Mann has noted other differences between The Great Law of Peace and the original US Constitution, including the original Constitution's denial of suffrage to women, and rule of majority as opposed to consensus.
California formerly had Justice of the Peace courts staffed by lay judges, but began phasing them out after a landmark 1974 decision in which the Supreme Court of California unanimously held that it was a violation of federal due process ( under the Fourteenth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution ) to allow a non-lawyer to preside over a criminal trial which could result in incarceration of the defendant.
In August 2008, the draft version of the People's Charter for Change, Peace and Progress, a government document intended to supplement the Constitution, recommended a change in the national anthem.
The Great Law of Peace was used as a model for the Constitution of the United States.
Kiran was on the favour of starting a new civil war whereas his president, Prachanda along with Dr. Baburam Bhattarai advocated that the party should not deviate from current parliamentary system and the party should be in the line of Peace and Constitution.
Headquarters United States Institute of Peace, 2301 Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D. C. In March 2011, USIP moved into a new, permanent facility at the northwest corner of the National Mall in Washington, D. C.
The new Constitution would derive from the People's Charter for Change, Peace and Progress, and from " extensive " consultations with political parties, non-governmental organisations and ordinary citizens.
Shidzue went on to serve in the National Diet following the defeat of Japan in World War II and the promulgation of the Peace Constitution by US forces.
Several other nations have copied this provision ; the Constitution of the United States, for example, provides, " The Senators and Representatives ... shall in all Cases, except Treason, Felony and Breach of the Peace, be privileged from Arrest during their Attendance at the Session of their respective Houses.
His other major works are Australia's Foreign Relations ( with Bruce Grant, Melbourne University Press 1991, 2nd ed 1995 ), Cooperating for Peace: The Global Agenda for the 1990s ( Allen & Unwin, 1993 ), Australia ’ s Constitution ( with John McMillan and Haddon Storey, Allen & Unwin, 1983 ) and the edited collection, Labor and the Constitution, 1972-1975 ( Heinemann, 1977 ).
In the United States, the Speech or Debate Clause of Article One of the United States Constitution provides that members of Congress shall be immune from arrest in going to and departing from sessions and while Congress is in session except for cases of " Treason, Felony, and Breach of the Peace.
Yoo's book, The Powers of War and Peace: The Constitution and Foreign Affairs after 9 / 11, was praised in an Op-Ed in The Washington Times, written by Nicholas J. Xenakis, an assistant editor at The National Interest.
Key: ( D / DFL ) Democratic / Democratic-Farmer-Labor, ( R ) Republican, ( AIP ) American Independent, ( Con ) Conservative ( NY ), ( C ) Constitution, ( G ) Green, ( GRP ) Green-Rainbow, ( IPM ) Independence Party of Minnesota, ( L ) Libertarian, ( PF ) Peace and Freedom, ( Ne ) Nebraska Party, ( Pop ) Populist Party of Maryland, ( Ref ) Reform, ( S ) Socialist, ( V ) Veterans, ( I ) Independent, ( CC ) Concerned Citizens Party, ( AI ) Alaskan Independence Party, ( LU ) Liberty Union Party, ( SW ) Socialist Workers Party
A Canadian usage is Peace, order and good government, originally found in the 1867 Constitution of Canada.
Since the Kaiser's abdication at the end of the First World War, it had seen a series of major internal disturbances, including government takeovers, several general strikes, some leading to communist revolutions ( e. g. the Bavarian Soviet Republic ), By July 1920, which is when the Soviets were on the verge of taking Warsaw, the Weimar Constitution was still brand new and the humiliating Peace of Versailles, even more so.
It was created under the name North Peace River by the Constitution Amendment Act, 1955, which split the old riding of Peace River into northern and southern portions for the 1956 B. C.

Peace and Committee
Then, advised by the Architect of the Capitol, the Joint Committee for the Library, traditionally responsible for the works of art in the building, ordered the space cleared and painted in fresco, to show `` the Peace after the Civil War '', `` the Spanish-American War '', and `` the Birth of Aviation '', to match as nearly as feasible Brumidi's technique and composition.
Government forces clashed violently with rebel forces, including the Movement for Democracy and Development, MDD, National Revival Committee for Peace and Democracy ( CSNPD ), Chadian National Front ( FNT ) and the Western Armed Forces ( FAO ), near Lake Chad and in southern regions of the country.
Organisations that had previously opposed British nuclear weapons supported CND, including the British Peace Committee, the Direct Action Committee, the National Committee for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons Tests and the Quakers.
CND's growing support in the 1980s provoked opposition from several sources, including Peace Through Nato, the British Atlantic Committee ( which received government funding ), Women and Families for Defence ( set up by conservative journalist Lady Olga Maitland to oppose the Greenham Common Peace Camp ), the Conservative Party's Campaign for Defence and Multilateral Disarmament, the Coalition for Peace through Security, the Foreign Affairs Research Institute, and The 61, a private sector intelligence agency.
* Mexican-American Peace Committee ( Mexican-American league ) ( 1916 )
On May 2, 1783, the Commander in Chief submitted his Sentiments on a Peace Establishment to the Committee, essentially providing an official Continental Army position.
After the publication of Stoll's book, the Nobel Committee reiterated that it had awarded the Peace Prize based on Menchú's uncontested work promoting human rights and the peace process.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awards the Nobel Prize in Physics, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, and the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences ; the Nobel Assembly at Karolinska Institutet awards the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine ; the Swedish Academy grants the Nobel Prize in Literature ; and the Nobel Peace Prize is not awarded by a Swedish organisation but by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
Nobel's instructions named a Norwegian Nobel Committee to award the Peace Prize, the members of whom were appointed shortly after the will was approved in April 1897.
The highest honor awarded to peace maker is the Nobel Prize in Peace, awarded since 1901 by the Norwegian Nobel Committee.
On September 13, 2001, just two days after the September 11 attacks and in response to what they saw as ambiguous statements about U. S. intervention in Afghanistan by the Libertarian National Committee, party members formed Libertarians for Peace to encourage the party to continue promoting a consistent non-interventionist position.
It also owns the Peace Cup, whose president, Chung Hwan Kwak, is a long-time church member and he holds the positions of Asian Football Confederation Social Responsibility Committee Chairman, President of K-League, President of Korea Football Association, which is part of FIFA.
* Peace – International Committee of the Red Cross
* Peace – International Committee of the Red Cross, League of Red Cross Societies
Pinker has served on the editorial boards of journals such as Cognition, Daedalus, and PLOS One, and on the advisory boards of institutions for scientific research ( e. g., the Paul Allen Institute for Brain Science ), free speech ( e. g., the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education ), the popularization of science ( e. g., the World Science Festival and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry ), peace ( e. g., the Peace Research Endowment ), and secular humanism ( e. g., the Freedom from Religion Foundation and the Secular Coalition of America
* Peace Action — formerly SANE ( the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy ), founded in 1957
It developed out of the " Freien Arbeiterausschuss für einen guten Frieden " ( Free Workers ' Committee for a good Peace ) which Drexler had also founded and led.
The members of the Norwegian Nobel Committee who were to award the Peace Prize were appointed shortly after the will was approved.
He joined the Peace Pledge Union as a pacifist in the 1950s, and on 17 September 1961, just over a month before his death, he joined the Committee of 100's anti-nuclear weapons demonstration in Trafalgar Square, London.
He also began to speak out against Russia's First Chechen War, forming the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya.

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