Remove secondary legislations that over rule a persons rights and liberties and over rides the intentions of a primary legislation such as immigration regulations, etc

Why is this idea important?

Too often secondary legislation has been used to by pass the intentions of primary legislation by the executive in order to avoid a vote in parliament by its members. It is usually introduced into parliament around the very end of November with only a 45 day period for a negative or affirmative resolution and is done at peak holiday times making them less obvious and highly dangerous to civil liberties and the rights to individuals. Make all secondary legislation and statutory instruments go through the impact assessment process and do not allow civil servants to by pass this process so as not to encumber anyones rights. Also make all secondary legislation and rules short term so they cannot be enfoced over a long period of time. A limit of six months life should be given until such rules are either discarded or incorporated into primary legislations

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