Oct 22, 2019

⚒️ ~ Should Danish parliament have power to revoke passports? (TheLocal) ~ | Blogger: [🔴DK Copycat China-Hong Kong Extradition Bill : Father Fled From Africa. Born March 31, 1981 in Aarhus, son of Tesfaye Mamo and social and health assistant Jytte Svensson. Former National Leadership Of The Communist Party Of Denmark - Marxists And Leninists (DKP / Ml). Former Masonry Career🔴] ... Questions you need to ask yourself today : SHOULD a newbie unexperienced Minister for Immigration and Integration, Mattias Tesfaye, be allowed to bend rules and violate Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights and Section 3 of the Constitutional Act in Denmark? WHICH, basically mean, that the minister of Denmark, has an unprecedented POWER, never seen in EU before, that allow 1 governmental employee to decide, whether a person with double citizenship can have their Danish nationality revoked. WITHOUT any evidence or ruling from the court system... The principle of the tripartition of power was entered in the Constititutional Act of 1949 and still applies to this day. The tripartition of power is aimed at ensuring that misuse of power cannot take place. Power is divided thus: The Government constitutes the executive power Parliament and Government constitute the legislative power The courts of justice constitute the judicial power Section 3 of the Constitutional Act lays down that “Legislative authority shall be vested in the King and the Folketing conjointly. Executive authority shall be vested in the King. Judicial authority shall be vested in the courts of justice”.... |

Denmark's Minister for Immigration and Integration Mattias Tesfaye has said he does not want to hand the power to revoke passports to parliament.


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