La Cour Supreme et le Partage des Competences Legislatives
AbstractL'auteur du present article lu le texte de la communication du professeur JeanCharles Bonefant retenu Quebec et ajoute ses observations personnelles sur la Cour SuprSme et te partage des competences legislatives. II souligne les anits marquants des dernidres aecennies. Il est Evident que dans le domaine du partage des compe tences et des droits fondamentaux la Cour SuprSme joue un rdle considerable et irremplacable. C'est Id sa plus haute mission. The author of the following article has read the text of Professor Jean-Charles Bonefant on the Supreme Court and the distribution of legislative powers and has added his own personal observations. He analyses succinctly some of the most im portant cases in the last decades. In the area of the legislative powers and funda mental freedoms, our highest tribunal plays role that no other institution may do in its stead and place. This is the most important and noble task assigned to the Court.
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