Creativity vs. Imitation: Understanding Diversity and Legislative Identity in the State of Qatar (Published)
Qatar has a modern legal system, and it witnessed significant developments over the last two decades. The introduction of the permanent Constitution of the State of Qatar 2005 determine the basic pillars of the state and its’ public authorities and institutions. The Constitution provides for Islam as the religion of the State and the main source of Qatar’s legislation, besides Arabic as the state official language. Al Shura Council is the public institution responsible for legislative function, and shall assume its duties in accordance with the Constitution, Al Shura Council shall follow up to review, renew, and reshape Qatar’s distinct legislative frameworks to reflect due understanding of diversity and comparative legal jurisdictions without compromising Qatar’s national identity. The Article attempts to provide brief and intensive thoughts on the issue of diversity and national legislative identity.
A Comparative Research of Legislation for Comprising a Special Law in Support of Single Mothers of Bangladesh (Published)
Bangladesh is an independent country as well as the state has been ratified several international covenants regarding human rights aimed to reflect the conventional substances upon domestic laws. The constitution of Bangladesh is also an ideal source to protect civil rights such as it has guaranteed elimination of gender discrimination from the state by enforcing obligatory legal measures. Despite of having influence of international human rights and affirmative declaration from the constitution the single mothers of Bangladesh are deprived tremendously with their children. This phenomenon signifies presence of scarcity of special legislation in support of single mothers in the country. The aim of this paper is to compare the legislation of China and Bangladesh regarding women and children for comprising a contemporary appropriate law to hold up the rights of single mothers of Bangladesh.