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29. November, 2023

The constitutional protection of economic rights


CEO and Founder of Greenland Invest, 4x former Cabinet Minister, former Member of Parliament and former Mayor of Southgreenland, Kommune Kujalleq. I am proud to be the father for our four children, three boys and one girl. I am proud to have a beautiful and intelligent wife, who is an inspiration to me every single day. I am also proud to be a Greenlander, proud to be part of our endeavours to become an independent nation state. My passion is to be part of making this country a better place for our children and their children, to be part of our nation building process. A passion to make a difference, a positive difference. To be loyal to my people and to our country - in whatever I am part of, and To do - whatever I do - from the heart...

By: Terence Daintith *

“The shape of constitutions has changed greatly in the last fifty years or so. During this time, the new or substantially revised constitutions that have accompanied major changes in the political or economic order of states have almost always included extensive lists of individual rights for recognition or protection, and, normally, such lists have included rights bearing particularly on the economic life and well-being of subjects…”

Read the whole article here / tamakkerlugu uani atuarneqarsinnaavoq:
Constitutions economy

* Professor of Law, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, School of Law, University of Western Australia.

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