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The principle that the elected representatives of the people, assembled in Parliament, have unlimited power to make the law, the one exception being that Parliament cannot bind its successors.
The Laws of Government, 2/e
The Legal Foundations of Canadian Democracy$56.00 – $89.60
A doctrine that, in its pure form, means that Parliament is the source of all governing power.