Pros And Cons Of Constitutional Provisions

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Constitutional Provisions: Constitution is fundamental law of a nation. It links people, government, territory, sovereignty and international recognition. Modern constitutionalism emphasis written constitution with check and balance, democratic rights, protection of human rights, timely election, people’s sovereignty. Nepal and Korea both counties are based on liberal democratic political exercise. In the liberal democratic system government is considered to be responsible towards people. Government runs as the public will. Here, for the due respect of public voice, choice and right, right to information ensures public access in national affairs. After the declaration of universal human rights in 1948, right to information is universally accepted…show more content…
Preamble, Whereas; it is expedient to make the functions of the sate open and transparent in accordance with the democratic system and to make responsible and accountable to the citizen; to make the access of citizens simple and easy to the information of public importance held in public bodies; to protect sensitive information that could make adverse impact on the interest of the nation and citizen, and for the necessity to have legal provisions to protect the right of the citizen to be well-informed and to bring it into practice, the 'Legislature-Parliament' has enacted this…show more content…
the requester may request an administrative adjudication in accordance with the provisions of the Administrative Appeals Act. In such cases, the ruling authorities on the disposition or omission made by the public agencies other than the state or local governments, shall be the heads of central administrative agencies concerned. (2) The requester may request an administrative ruling without going through the procedures for application for objection pursuant to the provisions of Article 16 (3) The member of the administrative appeals commission who is involved in the administrative ruling concerning the decision on disclosure of information may not reveal the secrets obtained in relation to official duties during and after expiration of his commission. (4) In the application of penal provisions of the Criminal Act and other Acts, the members of the commission mentioned in paragraph (3) shall be deemed as public officials. 25. Annual Report: (1) The commission shall submit annual Report of its activities to the Legislature-Parliament through Prime
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