A state has internal sovereignty
when the state possesses supreme power over its territory.
He added that it would also create a dangerous and possibly disastrous precedent for the sovereignty
of every EU member-state, the agency report said.
I have no hesitation in saying we have some serious reservations about it, because of sovereignty
issues,' the minister was quoted as saying in a media report.
The poll was taken ahead of the upcoming sovereignty
convention, scheduled to be held in Jerusalem on February 12 by the Women in Green movement and the Besheva newspaper.
We fought two world wars to protect our sovereignty
and the British way of life.
14) The equal sovereignty
principle was, in the Court's words, "highly pertinent" to why the coverage formula was unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court's Consideration of State Sovereignty
2) This the Constitution will not tolerate, explained Chief Justice Roberts on behalf of the five-Justice majority, because "[n]ot only do States retain sovereignty
under the Constitution, there is also a 'fundamental principle of equal sovereignty
' among the States.
Although I believe that in some cases Caribbean states are using their limited sovereignty
to good effect, the hypothesis is worthy of consideration.
In November this racist, unelected, and deeply compromised Tribunal issued Stage One of its enquiry into Ngapuhi's (Northland tribe) Treaty claim, declaring that the chiefs did NOT cede sovereignty
to the Crown when they signed the treaty in February, 1840.
building cannot be characterized as a doctrine since it is not codified in official UN documents such as the Capstone Doctrine of 2008.
This work is the first in a project to edit and publish Smith's unpublished opus--a manuscript on "A Historical and Legal Study of Sovereignty
in the Canadian North and Related Law of the Sea Problems.