Law & Political Review

Law & Political Review is an Annual e-Journal of Law, Public Policy & Political Science bearing ISSN: 2581-7191. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law, Public Policy & Politics and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Evolution Of Article 21

Article 21 of the Indian Constitution guarantees to all individuals’ right to life and liberty. Adopted from the concept of due process of law as mentioned under the American Constitution, it is considered as the heart of the Indian Constitution. This article which had started with the meaning of mere freedom of human body in

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Prisoners Rights in India

It has come under the limelight of the manner who have politically swore to provide the basic needs of roti, kapda makaan. However, the pertinent problem of human rights and treatment is confined to serving the interests of certain people in the divisive nature of us as political beings. There are various notices and proposals

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UAE Legal Amendments During The Covid-19 Pandemic

The pandemic known as COVID-19 has taken the entire globe with a blast. The outbreak which initiated in December 2019, has been reported to have spread across six continents of the world in just a single quarter. The UAE like many other developed countries of the world is trying its best to curb any further

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Key Issues In The Health System Affecting Access To Emergency Healthcare In Nigeria

The health system is made up of different environmental factors. Environmental issues are a great impediment to the realization of the lofty idea of having access to emergency healthcare in Nigeria. The Nigerian health system comprises various factors militating against this dream, such as human capital resources, financial resources, infrastructural deficiency, bureaucracy and corruption among

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