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In most instances is the highest court in a country and isn't always called as such i.e. high court of austrailia for example. If the country has multiple supreme courts, specify which one in your question. Please also tag questions with the relevant country too.

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At a guess, because amending the Constitution is both hard and unnecessary under his proposal. It isn't necessary to amend the Constitution if the legislature can simply override it (which brings up …
answered Oct 25 '18 by David Thornley
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Essentially, the Republicans had decided they were going to confirm Kavanaugh and do it fast in order for him to be on the bench for an October case. At that point, the hearings lasted only long enou …
answered Oct 9 '18 by David Thornley