The Judiciary can only rule on issues in which it has statutory authority to do so

"The Judiciary shall have original and exclusive jurisdiction of all controversies and issues in which Parliament has given it such authority.  Similarly, the Judiciary lacks jurisdiction for any controversy or issue in which Parliament has not given it such authority."

This proposal generally specifies what power that the Judiciary has, and similarly specifies what power the Judiciary lacks.  The Constitution limits the powers of the Government and the Parliament, and similarly it should limit the power of the Judiciary.  If the Judiciary had no limitations of power (while the other branches have limitations of power), then the Judiciary would be superior to the other branches.   

 

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