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On "Basic Law" of Hong Kong and Macau, the description

... denote that the Law derives its power from ordinary legislation rather than directly from popular sovereignty

is removed, as the power of the Basic Law is directly from their adoption by NPC, organ of highest power in PRC. It cannot be called constitution as PRC already has and can only has one.

--Hlaw 17:57, 19 Dec 2003 (UTC)

Fundamental Laws of England[edit]

I'm dithering over whether to add Fundamental Laws of England to the See also section. I'm not absolutely sure whether or not it fits there with this page as currently written. -- Boracay Bill 01:17, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Temporary but necessary?[edit]

How does calling something a basic law imply that it is temporary but necessary? That quote is unreferenced, and seems to be very german-centric. Hentheden (talk) 23:38, 1 October 2017 (UTC)