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Author: Elizabeth Nwarueze

Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze is a 400Level Law Student at University of Ibadan, Chief Judge of the Law Students Society, UI, Best Law Oralist in West Africa at the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition 2017, Winner of the Pat Utomi Prize for Students Debate on Public Policy 2016.
2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

2019 POLLS RE-SCHEDULING: BREACH OR BALANCE OF THE LAW? By Elizabeth Chinenyenwa Nwarueze

Cited in the case of Chief Anike Nwoga v National Assembly & 3 Ors. SUIT NO. FHC/EN/CS/28/2018 ABSTRACT: It is the law, that every democratic nation is marked by constant and periodical change of government. Within the exercise of this very important feature of a democracy, a number of constitutional issues may come up for analysis. In a bid to keep the democratic institution in its true sense, the nation must be circumspect not to sacrifice the extant laws on…

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