to abolish or annul
to take away or detract
a crime punishable by death in some jurisdiction
surrounding an accused person to another jurisdiction to stand trial
spreading ideas widely
to protect and guarantee a right or freedom by ensuring that it can only be changed by an amendment to the constitution
to prevail over
to put into effect
Section 33 of Part I (Charter of Rights and Freedoms) of the Canadian Constitution Act (1982), which permits the creation of laws without regard for certain constitutional rights. Specifically, under section 33 the federal and provincial governments may enact laws "notwithstanding" sections 2 (Fundamental Freedoms) and sections 7 through 15 (Legal and Equality Rights) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Such laws may be in effect for up to five years and are renewable.
the right to vote
the right to conduct one's affair without governmental interference
a legal, moral or social entitlement that citizen can expect mainly from the govt.
guaranteed entitlement that cannot be transferred from one person to another
third party participant in a legal proceeding, also called friends of the court.