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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A Marxist Analysis of Silicon Valley Bank’s Collapse

The article engages in a Marxist analysis of legislative background and events in the global political economy that lead to collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and its subsequent acquisitions by other banks. It mainly places reliance upon two (2) key works of Marxism: (i) the chapter ‘Class Society and the State’ from the book ‘The

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Uttarakhand Uniform Civil Code: Its Strengths and Weaknesses

Uttarakhand, post-independence, stands as the first state in India to adopt the uniform civil code legislation. On February 7, 2024, the Legislative Assembly of Uttarakhand passed the Uniform Civil Code (UCC) Bill, receiving successive approval from President Droupadi Murmu on March 13. The Uttarakhand UCC statute is put together into four segments. The primary part

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The Land Swap Initiative of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in the Context of Nigeria’s Legal Framework on Public Private Partnership

Faced with huge infrastructure deficits and corresponding funding challenges, the FCT (FCT) Administration instituted the land-for-infrastructure-swap scheme in which the private sector was granted land under the Land Use Act (LUA) in exchange for the provision of specified public infrastructure in a Greenfield district at no financial costs to FCT Administration. As a technique of

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Laws and Regulations on Preventing and Combating Corruption in the Private Sector in Vietnam

In this article, the author will synthesize and analyze legal regulations on preventing and combating corruption in the private sector in Vietnam. In addition, the author also mentioned the current status of the implementation of these legal regulations. From there, the author provides assessments, comments and proposes solutions to further strengthen compliance with legal regulations

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